Toyota has recently released the TVC of its newly-launched Toyota Vellfire Luxury MPV.
Recently, Toyota Kirloskar Motor introduced the Vellfire luxury MPV to help it cater to those looking for a more sophisticated model than the Innova Crysta. The Vellfire is brought to India as a CBU unit. Priced at INR 79.5 lakh (ex-showroom), the MPV has the Mercedes V-Class as its only direct competitor as the Kia Carnival is priced much lower. Recently, the company released the first-ever TVC for its luxury MPV in India.
The Toyota Vellfire exterior features a front grille with many chrome components, sharp LED headlamps, 17-inch rims and signature upright standing of a van with premium gizmos. The Vellfire measures 4,935 mm in length, 1,850 mm in width and 1,895 mm in height with a massive 3,000 mm wheelbase.
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The Toyota Vellfire comes with a typical upright stance of an MPV.
As regards the interior, the MPV is equipped with many comfort, convenience and safety features and technologies. It gets a reclinable middle captain seat row, fore-aft slide and electronic footrest. The cabin comes with wooden finish, leather seat coverings and massage seat functions.
The comfortable seats of the MPV ensure the occupants a pleasant journey.
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Some of the other outstanding features include a roof-mounted 13-inch entertainment screen with Wi-Fi, 10-inch touchscreen infotainment system which supports Android Auto and Apple CarPlay connectivity, a 17-speaker JBL audio system, automatic temperature control, an ambient lighting system, foldable tables, private screens, electronic sliding door, dual sunroof, etc. In the safety front, the Vellfire offers up to seven airbags, ABS with EBD, park assist, TPMS.
The MPV is equipped with a wide range of modern equipment and technologies.
The Vellfire receives its power from a 2.5-litre gasoline burner which can deliver 87 BHP against 198 Nm and is mated to a CVT unit. The engine is connected to two electric motors mounted on each axle. Therefore, the combined output amounts to 196 BHP. The self-charging hybrid car travels on the battery with 60:40 power split with the standard motor starting to operate once the battery runs out. The vehicle is claimed to deliver a fuel mileage of 16.35 kmpl.