Toyota has announced that will present 2011Verso S, minivan just under 400 cm length, which marks the return of the Japanese brand in the B-MPV segment, where the protagonists are now Citroën C3 Picasso, Opel Meriva and Renault Modus. Details are still top-secret, but from little rumors, this car is completely new compared to the current Toyota Verso and distinction should be made to increase attention to interior design improving comfort and quality finishes. The second news regards revised Toyota iQ, the citycar presented two years ago in Paris, and here returns with optimized engines to comply with the Euro 5 standards, more a series of minor updates. More than a facelift, then, is a redesign of the interior, especially the dashboard and upholstery, revised to higher quality of construction, and presented with new color combinations. The Paris Motor Show will also be the occasion to unveil, first time in Europe, the concept FT-CH, vehicle already having its world premiere in Detroit, which anticipates a full hybrid segment B. Regarding the Aygo, which was renewed in early 2009, Toyota anticipates the debut of a renewed multi-media system (Aygo Connect).