Days have barely passed since it was revealed, but Toyota has shown off ways you can kit out their Raize subcompact crossover. It's not just one or two special variants to choose from either. There's a total of seven style packages to pick. How's that for choice?

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These style packages are the Powerful Style, Sporty Style, Premium Style, Modellista Advance Blast, Modellista Elegant Ice, Modellista, and TRD.

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The Powerful Style is aimed at the outdoorsy types with its more rugged makeover. Faux skid plates surround the entire bottom half of the small crossover, along with black garnishes to give it a bit more presence on the road. For the weekend adventurer, this kit comes with a wide variety of roof storage options, from roof rails, boxes, and other attachments.

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On to the Sporty Style, it adds a kit that lowers the car by a few inches thanks to its sharp-looking front apron, side skirts, and rear bumper applique. They also added a taller tailgate spoiler in for good measure. Stripes and red highlights add a bit more zing to the kit as well. But if you want something slightly less extroverted than the Sporty, the Premium Style deletes the red and black trims for black and chrome ones.

Check out these cool kits for the Toyota Raize image

Check out these cool kits for the Toyota Raize image

Modellista on the other hand as three kits for the Raize. Each one of those kits varies in design ranging from mild to wild. The most extreme version even has an illuminated chin spoiler and chunky 18-inch alloy wheels.

Check out these cool kits for the Toyota Raize image

Last but not least is the TRD version. It is somewhat similar to the Sporty Style with its black and red highlights, but its kit design is unique for this model. The bumpers, spoilers, and decals are all made by TRD specifically for the Raize.

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So which version do you like the most? Chime in the comments and, while you're at it, you can ask Toyota if they'll be bringing it over here too.