The Toyota Agya will be one of the first launches to benefit from the Indonesian government's tax concession under the Low Cost Green Car (LCGC) program.
The variant details of Daihatsu Ayla, a rebadged twin of the Agya, have been brought to you before. Our friends at Autonetzmag.com have today published brochure scans of the Toyota Agya that show the interior and exterior of the variants available.
The Agya will be powered by a 1.0-litre petrol engine which develops 68bhp. The engine is mated either to a 5-speed manual gearbox or a 4-speed automatic transmission.
The car will be available in three variants - E, G and TRD S. Even the base 'E' variant gets decent equipment like power steering, AC, airbags, audio system with USB and Aux-in connectivity, power windows and seat belt pretensioners.
In terms of looks, the 'G' variant adds foglights with chrome accented enclosures, 14" alloy wheels (E gets 13" steel wheels with hubcaps), side protective moulding, roof mounted spoiler and a chrome underlining in the secondary air dam. The steering wheel, gear knob and the area surrounding the AC controls get a silver accent while the interior door handles are finished in chrome.
Equipment wise, the mid-variant offers powered mirrors, Eco mode indicator, tachometer, multi info display, 2-DIN music system and security alarm.
The top-end 'TRD S' variant has the same equipment as the G variant but includes the 'TRD S' Aero body kit, vinyls and emblem.
The car is expected to be launched at the IIMS 2013 that commences on September 19th.