Toyota Motor recently launched the new Innova Zenix in Indonesia. The model has been re-branded as the Innova Hycross and will go on sale in the Indian market in January 2023. Along with the new Highcross, the Innova Crysta will continue to be sold, which is extremely popular among diesel engine enthusiasts and fleet operators. Interestingly, the electric version of the Toyota Innova MPV is also being tested.

It is important to note that Toyota showcased the Innova EV concept at the Indonesia International Motor Show earlier this year. This electric MPV has been spotted for the first time during testing on the roads of Indonesia.

Look and Design of Toyota Innova Electric

The Innova EV concept is not based on the new Zenix/Hycross. It has been developed on the Innova Crysta and is available for sale in the Indian market. Latest Car News The overall silhouette of the Innova Electric looks similar to the Crysta. However, Toyota has included some EV-only design elements to make it stand out. The front gets a blacked-out grille and an all-new front bumper. The blue colour is visible on the headlamp setup and logo.

Features of Toyota Innova Electric

The front bumper houses the vertically positioned fog lamp housings. It gets new alloy wheels, and blue graphics have been added on the sides to showcase its electric nature. The interiors of the Innova Electric remain the same as the ICE version. It has a touchscreen infotainment system, a 3-spoke multi-functional steering wheel, an analogue instrument console with blue graphics, etc. The infotainment screen of the Innova EV concept model shows vital information like battery level, available range and power output.

When Toyota Innova Electric will launch

At the unveiling of the Innova EV concept, Anton Jimmy Suwandi, Marketing Director, Toyota Astra Motor Indonesia, said that the Kijang Innova Electric has been built as a concept only for engineering development purposes and will not be sold. The concept was developed for research and development purposes and will be used for future EVs.


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