The updated Toyota Innova Crysta will be introduced sometime next year and could get a CNG variant.
The next-generation Innova Hycross made its world debut on November 21 in Indonesia, and four 4 later, the premium MPV made its debut in India. The domestic market will offer the hybridised MPV in seven- and eight-seater versions and its prices will be released in the upcoming weeks.
Beginning in the middle of January 2023, Toyota Innova Hycross deliveries will be made. The Innova Crysta will also be back on the market next year, much to the delight of many devotees, and it will also be sold with a diesel powerplant. The Innova Crysta with a diesel engine is no longer accepting reservations.
Although the second-generation Innova Crysta has enjoyed tremendous success for more than six and a half years, it is no longer available on the company’s official website. Recent online rumours claim that Toyota will reintroduce the updated Innova Crysta sometime in 2023.
Due to supply chain and semiconductor concerns, Toyota halted taking reservations for the Innova Crysta diesel in August 2022. During this time, it was only offered with a 2.7-litre gasoline engine. Toyota is reportedly considering a CNG version of the updated Innova Crysta, which might help Toyota win over a more comprehensive range of clients, particularly fleet aggregators.
Toyota recently unveiled the CNG version of the Glanza, and the Urban Cruiser Hyryder CNG will follow this month. Maruti Suzuki will provide the 1.5-liter four-cylinder mild-hybrid petrol engine. The Ertiga CNG and XL6 CNG both use the same power.
The Grand Vitara CNG will also be released soon by Maruti Suzuki. Toyota will be able to attract a diverse group of customers in a range of pricing points with the help of Innova Crysta’s return. We anticipate that the MPV will receive minor cosmetic and interior upgrades and that new items may be added to the equipment list.