The real-life pictures of the all-new Toyota Yaris Cross have surfaced online. The new crossover SUV is based on the company's GA-B version of TNGA platform.
Here, we have some real-world images of the Toyota Yaris Cross, which recently surfaced online. The Yaris Cross is smaller and has a more conventional styling than the CH-R. Dimensionally, the all-new crossover SUV is 4180 mm long, 1765 mm wide and 1,560 mm tall. The size of the Toyota Yaris Cross is close to that of the European-spec VW T-Cross, which is, 4180 mm long, 1799 mm wide and 1584 mm tall. Moreover, the T-Cross has a wheelbase of 2551 mm, while its Japanese rival has 2560 mm of wheelbase.
Internationally, the all-new Toyota Yaris Cross rivals with the likes of VW T-Cross
The all-new Toyota Yaris Cross is based on the GA-B version of the TNGA platform. The new crossover SUV is not at all related to the Yaris sedan retailed in the Indian market. The upcoming SUV is related to the Mk4 Toyota Yaris family, which was first introduced with a new hatchback in October last year. The automaker will offer the new Yaris Cross in petrol and hybrid trims. The gasoline variant will feature an M15A-FKS 1.5-litre direct-injection three-pot petrol unit, which puts out 120 PS of power and 145 Nm of peak torque.
On the other hand, the hybrid trim will be powered by an M15A-FXE 1.5-litre direct injection three-cylinder petrol motor along with an electric motor, which churns out a combined power and torque output of 91 PS and 120 Nm. The petrol trim will come paired with a 6-speed MT or a CVT, while the hybrid variant will be offered with an e-CVT gearbox.
The new crossover SUV will be offered in petrol and hybrid variants
The all-new crossover SUV will come loaded with features like LED headlamps and taillights, 18-inch alloy wheels, 8-inch-touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and Navigation assist, a 10-inch colour head-up display, 40:20:40 rear split seats, automatic climate control, steering mounted control and much more.