Toyota-owned coachbuilder Kanto Auto Works has shown off this tuned version of the new Toyota Aqua
30 November 2011

Toyota-owned coachbuilder Kanto Auto Works has shown off this tuned version of the new Toyota Aqua at the Tokyo motor show.

The Aqua, which also makes its debut at Tokyo in regular production form, is Toyota's new five-door hybrid supermini for Japan. It was previewed as the Prius C concept at Detroit earlier this year.

See images of the Kanto Auto Works Aqua at Tokyo

The Kanto version is called Toyota Aqua Fun Concept and is shown off in two different versions. The more extreme of the two is the Piriri Ver and gets an aerodynamic body kit, including front and rear spoilers, side skirts and a rear diffuser. It also gets new 17in alloys and lowered sports suspension, plus a vibrant yellow paint finish.

The other less extreme version is the Kiriri Ver. This has a more subtle bodykit and smaller 16in alloys, plus an orange paint job.

Mark Tisshaw

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