On November 25, Toyota will officially introduce the new Innova Hycross for India. Both a new hybrid powerplant and platform are anticipated for the upcoming MPV.
The current Innova Crysta and the new MPV will cohabit indefinitely.
Based on the company's TNGA-C platform, the next Toyota Innova Hycross will have a monocoque chassis and front-wheel drive. The Innova Crysta, in contrast, has a ladder-on-frame design and rear-wheel drive.
The Hycross does resemble the Crysta in terms of appearance, but there are notable distinctions as well, such as the huge hexagonal front portion flanked by aggressive-looking headlights with integrated LED DRLs. In contrast to the Crysta, which has maximised its proportions to utilise the huge and roomy interior inside, the MPV is anticipated to have a slightly sportier-looking design.
The Toyota Innova Hycross is anticipated to lack a diesel engine in terms of powertrains. But the MPV is anticipated to employ Toyota's hybrid technology to make up for it and keep one of the model's key markets the fleet operators happy.
The Hycross will employ a mild hybrid and a strong hybrid powertrain, as seen on the newly released Urban Cruiser Hyryder, but rather than the 1.5-litre engine, this is anticipated to arrive with a bigger 2.0-litre ICE engine mated to a mild hybrid and a strong hybrid system. The front wheels will receive the power, and it could possibly have an AWD model like the Urban Cruiser Hyryder.
The Toyota Innova Hycross is anticipated to provide about the same comfort and convenience amenities as the Crysta, despite the fact that information on the features is still lacking. But in order to stay competitive, it will come equipped with a 360-degree camera, captain chairs, a panoramic sunroof, wireless charging, and seat ventilation, to mention a few.
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