The Innova Hycross had its global debut in Indonesia four days before its November 25 launch in India by Toyota Kirloskar Motor (TKM). Considering the popularity of the brand and the innovations it offers, the new generation premium MPV has already generated a lot of buzz. You can watch our in-depth drive review and mileage test here.

It is anticipated that the Toyota Innova Hycross will be more expensive than the Innova Crysta and will be available in five different variants: G, GX, VX, ZX, and ZX (O). The hybridised MPV will be marketed alongside the Innova Crysta, which will be back in stores in 2023 with a new look. It will come in seven- and eight-seater variations.

A CNG version might also be included in the upgraded Innova Crysta. The Japanese car giant has also stated that reservations for the diesel model will again be accepted at all dealerships. This will undoubtedly aid in providing a broad Innova lineup for various client groups. The G and GX grades of the Innova Hycross will be sold with a 2.0-litre, naturally aspirated, four-cylinder petrol engine with 172 horsepower.

The 2.0-liter four-cylinder Atkinson Cycle TNGA petrol engine will be available only for the VX, ZX, and ZX(O) trims. This engine pairs well with an electric motor and battery pack to create a robust hybrid system. The first will have a CVT transmission, while the second will have an e-CVT. The price range for the Innova Hycross is anticipated to be between Rs. 22 lakh and Rs. 30 lakh (ex-showroom).

The Innova Hycross has a fresh look influenced by Toyota’s international SUVs. It also has a tonne of high-end features like a floating touchscreen infotainment system, a dual-pane sunroof, captain seats in the middle row that can be converted into ottomans, wireless charging, six airbags, Toyota Safety Sense 3.0’s suite of ADAS features, an electric tailgate, and more.

While the upgraded Innova Crysta and Innova Hycross pricing will be revealed in January 2023, Toyota may also unveil a tiny crossover based on the Maruti Suzuki YTB in the second half of the following year. With the Yaris Cross as its design inspiration, it will probably take the place of the long-gone Urban Cruiser.



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