Toyota has plans to launch the new Innova Crysta facelift by the end of this year. The updated MPV will feature updated looks on outside and inside.
Toyota has recently introduced the Fortuner facelift in the Thai-market. The new model has received significant changes outside and inside, and it also gets a more potent oil burner. The new Toyota Fortuner facelift is expected to hit the Indian shores by the end of this year. The carmaker will also introduce the facelifted version of the Innova Crysta. The new MPV is expected to launch in our market by the end of 2020 or early next year. Similar to the Fortuner facelift, the new Innova Crysta will also feature prominent styling changes. The upcoming facelift model will get new grille up front and sleek LED headlamps along with a redesigned bumper. The updated MPV could also get a new set of taillights and alloy wheels.
The new Innova facelift will likely to launch by the end of 2020
Like the new Toyota Fortuner Legender, the new Innova Crysta can also be introduced in a slightly distinctive-looking variant. The upcoming model will also get an updated cabin. Inside, the MPV will get a new 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility. The top-of-the-line variant will likely to feature a 9-inch touchscreen unit. Moreover, the updated MPV will also come loaded with features like wireless charging, new instrument cluster, electrically adjustable front seats and much more. The new Toyota Innova Crysta is expected to be powered by a BS6-compliant 2.4-litre diesel and 2.7-litre petrol engine.
The updated MPV will be powered by a BS6-compliant petrol and diesel engines
The diesel mill puts out power and torque outputs of 148bhp and 343 Nm, while the gasoline engine will produce 164bhp and 245 Nm twisting force. Both the engine options will come paired with a 5-speed MT or an optional 6-speed torque converter automatic gearbox. The new Toyota Innova Crysta will rival with the likes of Kia Carnival. Toyota is also working on an all-new C-MPV in a partnership with Suzuki. The upcoming C-MPV will be designed and developed on the FWD monocoque platform. It’ll be positioned between Ertiga and Innova and will rub shoulders with the likes of Mahindra Marazzo.