Toyota Aygo X: technology in the foreground between ADAS and entertainment

The Toyota Aygo X is the Japanese brand's new compact crossover and will hit the market by mid-2022, probably early spring. A model profoundly renewed in its features and design, which has taken an important step forward in technology: for entertainment and safety.  The Toyota Smart Connect system In the foreground is the Toyota Smart Connect infotainment system , with the high-definition touchscreen display from 7 to 9 inches, depending on the trim level. It is compatible with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, to replicate smartphone apps on the screen, even wirelessly. And there is also wireless charging.  Toyota's latest multimedia system also offers cloud-based navigation to provide real-time route information via always-connected services. Additionally, new services will be released over time via Over The Air updates. The new MyT app is also available , with which customers can keep track of certain vehicle statistics and data: from driving analysis to fuel level, through alerts and vehicle tracking.  Safety on the crossover As we said, technology also means safety, with Toyota Safety Sense as standard on all trim levels. The latest generation of this system uses a monocular camera and millimeter wave radar, allowing the Pre-Collision (PCS) and Vehicle Detection System to operate at higher speeds.  Speaking of the ADAS , day and night pedestrian recognition, daytime cyclist recognition, Intelligent Adaptive Cruise Control, support at road intersections, active lane maintenance and assistance make their debut on the new Toyota Aygo X emergency steering. For a safer ride.

Toyota Smart Connect and Safety Sense systems.

The Toyota Aygo X is the Japanese brand's new compact crossover and will hit the market by mid-2022, probably early spring. A model profoundly renewed in its features and design, which has taken an important step forward in technology: for entertainment and safety.

The Toyota Smart Connect system

In the foreground is the Toyota Smart Connect infotainment system , with the high-definition touchscreen display from 7 to 9 inches, depending on the trim level. It is compatible with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, to replicate smartphone apps on the screen, even wirelessly. And there is also wireless charging.

The Toyota Aygo X is the Japanese brand's new compact crossover and will hit the market by mid-2022, probably early spring. A model profoundly renewed in its features and design, which has taken an important step forward in technology: for entertainment and safety.  The Toyota Smart Connect system In the foreground is the Toyota Smart Connect infotainment system , with the high-definition touchscreen display from 7 to 9 inches, depending on the trim level. It is compatible with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, to replicate smartphone apps on the screen, even wirelessly. And there is also wireless charging.  Toyota's latest multimedia system also offers cloud-based navigation to provide real-time route information via always-connected services. Additionally, new services will be released over time via Over The Air updates. The new MyT app is also available , with which customers can keep track of certain vehicle statistics and data: from driving analysis to fuel level, through alerts and vehicle tracking.  Safety on the crossover As we said, technology also means safety, with Toyota Safety Sense as standard on all trim levels. The latest generation of this system uses a monocular camera and millimeter wave radar, allowing the Pre-Collision (PCS) and Vehicle Detection System to operate at higher speeds.  Speaking of the ADAS , day and night pedestrian recognition, daytime cyclist recognition, Intelligent Adaptive Cruise Control, support at road intersections, active lane maintenance and assistance make their debut on the new Toyota Aygo X emergency steering. For a safer ride.

Toyota's latest multimedia system also offers cloud-based navigation to provide real-time route information via always-connected services. Additionally, new services will be released over time via Over The Air updates. The new MyT app is also available , with which customers can keep track of certain vehicle statistics and data: from driving analysis to fuel level, through alerts and vehicle tracking.

Safety on the crossover

As we said, technology also means safety, with Toyota Safety Sense as standard on all trim levels. The latest generation of this system uses a monocular camera and millimeter wave radar, allowing the Pre-Collision (PCS) and Vehicle Detection System to operate at higher speeds.

Speaking of the ADAS , day and night pedestrian recognition, daytime cyclist recognition, Intelligent Adaptive Cruise Control, support at road intersections, active lane maintenance and assistance make their debut on the new Toyota Aygo X emergency steering. For a safer ride.

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