For the second time in its current cycle, the Toyota Wigo gets a facelift. First introduced in 2014, the subcompact hatch got a new face in 2017. Now, there's an edgier looking update.

It may say Agya on the plate but this is actually the updated Wigo. That's because it's called Agya in Indonesia while the Daihatsu it's based on is dubbed the Ayla. The Daihatsu Ayla was also given an update as well.

This is the TRD version of 2020 Wigo facelift image

New for 2020 are slightly tweaked headlights and an edgier front bumper, along with a black trim piece between the headlight (the current one is chrome). The wheel design has also been given a new look and the tail lights sport clear covers. As for the rest of the car, it carries over largely unchanged. But while the facelift isn't as dramatic as the 2017 edition, the flared bumper gives the Wigo/Agya a wider-looking stance.

This is the TRD version of 2020 Wigo facelift image

Then there's the TRD version of the small hatch. With the styling kit, it gains a deeper front chin, side skirts, and rear bumper extension to make it appeal lower. The kit also adds decals on the front fender and skirt. Further differentiating it from the standard model is its tailgate spoiler which is finished in gloss black.

This is the facelifted 2020 Toyota Wigo... including the TRD version image

As for the interior, it's largely the same as the current Wigo sitting in dealerships at the moment. Toyota did put in a digital air-condition display but that's only reserved for the top of the line model and the TRD. Lower-grade variants stick to knobs and dials. Also new are the seat patterns, as well as a red highlight around the speedometer. The TRD comes with a push to start button while the rest make use of a key.

This is the facelifted 2020 Toyota Wigo... including the TRD version image

Engines are the same as before, and so are the transmission selections. The 1.0-liter inline-three still makes 66 PS and 89 Nm of torque which can be paired to either a five-speed manual or four-speed automatic. However, select markets have the option of a 1.2-liter four-cylinder that's good for 88 PS and 108 Nm of torque. Like the 1.0-liter, the 1.2-liter mill can be mated to a five-speed manual or four-speed automatic.

Given the current situation, it may take a while before we see the updated Wigo here in the country. In fact, Toyota Indonesia launched the car online due to the pandemic.