On sale from February 2011, the new Toyota Verso-S re-enter B-MPV, the company itself created by a segment Yaris Verso in 1999.
B-MPV segment has almost tripled in size since 2002. Driven by downsizing, this growth provides a more diverse range of clients, many of whom appreciate the flexibility and internal cargo space offered by a multipurpose vehicle.
The Toyota Verso-S offers a seat height of front, rear and interior space of the luggage capacity to rival that of the Single C-segment cars in the segment, its rear seats have a 60:40 a touch, a functional mechanism of folding flat into the cargo space. The cargo area features a lightweight, two-story deck board for maximum flexibility in cargo volume.
The Toyota Verso-S has a long wheelbase of 2,550 mm. Its wide-opening front and rear doors provide access to a roomy interior, comfortable and flexible. The interior design not only focuses on ergonomics, but also on the perceived quality and visual appeal and tactile and more demanding customers required by the B segment.
Improve the quality of the Toyota Verso-S inside the dash top and shoulders of front door panels are covered with soft-touch materials and the dashboard and upper door trim are finished in a new grain pattern geometric changes its appearance from different views. The vents in the instrument cluster, center console light silver and air are filled with crisp, three-dimensional, brushed metal finish around to further improve the perceived quality.