The brochure of the 2020 Toyota Innova Crysta Touring Sport Edition has been leaked, revealing important information about the MPV.
The Japanese automaker is developing a facelifted version of the Toyota Innova Crysta which is slated for launch in the Indonesian auto market in the foreseeable future. The pictures of the facelifted Toyota Innova Crysta have been shared earlier and now the brochure of the top-spec Innova Crysta Touring Sport, which will be known as the Venturer in Indonesia, has been unveiled. The similar product is expected to be launched in the Indian car market, too.
According to the brochure, many updates have been done to the Venturer. In terms of the exterior, the car comes with a different front grille, a redesigned bumper and an underbody spoiler. Moreover, the Venturer comes with a redesigned set of 17-inch alloy rims which adds to the sportiness of the vehicle. In the rear, it gets a polishing spoiler. One of the unique features of this variant over the lower-spec ones is the LED fog lights, which makes sure that the car can properly illuminate the roads.
The cabin of the car does not experience many alterations. The car is packed with the same 9.0-inch infotainment system, an adjustable automatic temperature control system. The car is also likely to be offered with a rear-seat entertainment system. It also gets an illuminated ambient light system and an integrated car ionizer. Whether the same features will come to the India-spec model remains to be unknown.
The 2020 Toyota Innova Crysta facelift is expected to be launched in the Indian auto market in 2021. Prior to this, the facelifted Toyota Fortuner will be launched. The updated Innova Crysta will not experience any mechanical alterations. The MPV will continue to receive its power from a 2.4-litre oil burner and a 2.7-litre gasoline unit. While the former comes with both manual and automatic gearboxes, the latter gets only an automatic unit. The India-bound Toyota Innova Crysta is expected to bear a strong resemblance to the Indonesian one with some slight alterations to make the vehicle more suitable for the Indian auto market.