Toyota has shown off its new iQ Collection at the Frankfurt motor show.
The new concept model has been done as a design study to prove that “sub-100g/km motoring doesn’t have to be dull”.
The iQ Collection’s changes are mainly to the interior, as the car’s pearlescent white colour is used on the centre console, door panels and instrument cluster.
It also gets a leather interior in the same shade, with the centre of the seats having a distinctive pattern. A full-glazed also features to make the cabin lighter.
Toyota also showed off the iQ for Sports concept at the show, which was originally known as the Scion iQ in the US.
It gets 18-inch alloy wheels, trapezoid central exhaust, body kit, LED headlights and illuminated door handles.
Inside, it gets bright green and grey seats and a 10-inch LCD screen with DVD playback.