Same TRD kit, but with a new name
The Avanza isn’t the only model in Toyota Indonesia’s lineup to get the GR Sport treatment. Together with the Avanza Veloz GR Limited’s debut, they also launched the new Ayga/Wigo GR Sport.
Wait, why does it look exactly like the Wigo TRD Sportivo variant that came before it? Well, that’s probably because it is. Rather than change up the look of the Wigo, similar to what they did on the Avanza, Toyota carried over the kits used in the previous TRD Sportivo variant for the new Wigo GR Sport. They then dropped the TRD Sportivo name and logos and adopted the GR Sport badging instead.
Like before, the GR Sport kit is comprised of a front spoiler, side skirt, and rear bumper extension. Rounding up the exterior changes are the rear spoiler and the GR Badges all around. Gone is the tacky TRD Sportivo sticker on the sides. Instead, it’s replaced by a new GR Sticker just in front of the side mirrors.
Inside, it’s very much the same as what you would find on the standard Wigo. The only addition would be the engine start/stop button. It’s the same story under the hood. Over in Indonesia, the Wigo is available with either a 1.2-liter inline-4, with 88 PS and 108 Nm torque, or a 1.0-liter inline-3 with 67 PS and 89 Nm torque. For the Wigo GR Sport, it is available only with the 1.2-liter unit.
There’s no word whether the local Wigo will get the GR Sport treatment as well. But if it does, expect it to look just like the one available in Indonesia. That said, current Wigo TRD Sportivo owners can easily upgrade to the GR Sport look by changing out the stickers and badges.