Toyota's latest teaser indicates that the Innova Hycross will come standard with a panoramic sunroof and roof-mounted air vents.
The new Toyota Innova Hycross will be unveiled in India on November 25 and go on sale the following year. While many of the specifics are still unknown, test mule models have provided a preview of how the MPV would feel and appear. There will be a new platform and engine choice, making it a significant upgrade.
The Innova Hycross will be marketed as a capable family-friendly car with a wealth of safety and convenience features.
The new teaser from the manufacturer reveals the presence of a panoramic sunroof, even though the front fascia of the MPV has already been made public. Additionally, there are obvious elements such as ambient lighting next to the sunroof panels. The 2019 Innova Hycross will come standard with a manual IRVM, rear AC vents that are parallel to the sunroof panels, and second-row passenger-specific displays.
Toyota Innova Hycross will have a huge floating touchscreen, a prominent centre console, and a new multi-layered dashboard. It might feature a two-tone interior design, similar to the recently unveiled Toyota Urban Cruiser Hyryder.
Silver accents are anticipated on the dashboard and air conditioning vents for a more upscale look and feel. A 360-degree camera, middle-row captain chairs with an ottoman function, a gear lever console positioned on the dashboard, and wireless charging are among the further standout features. Additionally, a dashcam could be provided, most likely with top-of-the-line cars.
The Innova Hycross might be powered by a fresh 2.0L engine. Both a powerful hybrid system and natively aspirated gasoline will be available as powertrain options. The Innova Hycross will also use front-wheel drive instead of rear-wheel drive and a monocoque chassis as opposed to a ladder frame.
It would be fascinating to watch how this new version performs because the Innova has always been noted for its dependable performance.
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