New Toyota Aqua launched with impressive fuel average

Toyota Aqua

Toyota Aqua launched globally in last week. The newly launched Aqua is a second generation car. One of the main aspect of the Toyota Aqua is the fuel efficiency of the vehicle as company claimed that the car will give around 35.8km/litre while having a 1.5L engine. 

In addition, the automobile has an All-Wheel Drive version as well as bidirectional charging. Pure Electric Vehicles are frequently associated with this type of charging (EVs). All models of the new Aqua will come equipped with an accessory power outlet (1,500W) and an Emergency Power Supply Mode, which allows power to be pulled from the vehicle for external usage during blackouts. 

All-New Battery

In the automobile, the company placed a brand-new high-output bipolar nickel-hydrogen battery. A nickel-hydrogen battery was used in the previous iteration. The new battery produces nearly twice as much power, has enhanced acceleration, and provides smooth linear acceleration. 

Safety Features of Toyota Aqua

In the car, Toyota has a variety of useful features, which include: 

Safety functions prior to a collision 

Radar cruise control with a full speed range 

Lane Tracing Assist (LTA) 

Advanced park and parking support brake 

New Platform and Exterior

The car is built on the new TNGA-B platform, which features a high-rigidity body, remarkable quietness, and a stable ride. Furthermore, the new Aqua’s wheelbase has been expanded by 50mm, enabling more space, particularly for rear-seat occupants. 

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The car’s cohesive cabin is combined with rear fenders, giving it a sharp and dynamic appearance. It’s available in nine colours, including a newly created Clear Beige. 


The inside is simple and tidy, with soft and synthetic leather power seats, armrests, and embellishments. The Toyota Aqua is the first compact car to feature a huge 10.5-inch audio display with excellent visibility and operability. 

Bookings and Sale

According to reports in Japanese media, the company has received orders for 15,000 new Toyota Aqua units as of last week. The goal for the company is to sell 9,800 units every month. It’s worth noting that Toyota has sold 1.87 million Aqua (1st Generation) compact vehicles worldwide since December 2011. 

Toyota Aqua Price

The standard model costs $18,000, while the all-paw E-Four model (at the top of the line) costs $23,600. 

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