Enthusiasts are anxiously waiting for Toyota to unveil the all-new GR Yaris hot hatch at the Tokyo Auto Salon, but the automaker has something in store for the regular 2020 Yaris subcompact too.
We’re talking about the accessories prepared by TRD and Modellista, which will also make their debut at the tuning show hosted by Japan’s capital city. Previewed two months ago, the TRD and Modellista packages manage to instill a sportier and more purposeful appearance to the stock 2020 Yaris without appearing too over the top.
The more radical of the two is the TRD kit, which includes a sharp GR Parts aero package consisting of a front spoiler, side skirts and rear side spoiler – all featuring red inserts. The Yaris also gains aero turbulators attached to the wheel arches and a sports side visor.
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Rounding off the upgrades are a front bumper garnish, checkered flag side decals, custom 16-inch forged alloys and tinted windows. Other parts offered by TRD include a luggage mat, door handle protectors, carbon license plate frame and a front member brace.
As for Modellista, its package for the new Toyota Yaris adopts a slightly more restrained look, though still sporty. The aero kit features body-colored front spoiler, side skirts, rear spats and a rear bumper garnish.
The choice of wheels is less radical than the GR Parts Yaris, with Modellista offering smaller 14- or 15-inch SpinAir rims in two-tone black and polished aluminum look. More subtle exterior details include chrome garnishes for the headlamps, mirror caps and door handles.
Unlike TRD, Modellista paid a lot more attention to the interior, luxing it up via Camel-colored seat covers, dashboard and window switch panels. Besides the Camel hue, seat covers also feature navy and plaid inserts.
Other enhancements include the LED lighting for the cabin and luggage compartment, as well as for the license plate. The entire range of TRD and Modellista accessories is available at Toyota dealers across Japan.