This modified Toyota Innova Crysta gets a separate compartment for rear passengers with individual recliners and a Rolls Royce-like starlight headliner.
Rolls Royce cars are one of the most expensive sets of wheels currently on sale in the country. Forget about owning one, sitting in one is a distant dream for many. A lot of carmakers have introduced their examples of the ultra-luxurious cars, but none has been able to dethrone the brand value that Rolls Royce cars hold. However, here’s a Toyota Innova Crysta, which costs almost 1/20 times of what the cheapest Rolls Royce in the country retails for. But this Innova has been modified to offer the same levels of comfort and luxury as a Roller. Though it’s not ideally possible, but anything close to a Rolls Royce for an approx figure of Rs. 20 lakh is appreciable.
We came across this modified Toyota Innova Crysta via the YouTube video of My Country My Ride. In the video, it can be seen that this Innova features a lot of changes on the inside, while the only modification on the outside is a set of 17-inch aftermarket alloy wheels. Talking of its interior, the front seats of the car have been kept in their stock avatar. But the driver and rear passenger compartment have been separated with the help of a partition. Once the rear door opens, the car invites you with acres of legroom as it is fitted with two individual recliners. The rear lounge features a partition between the two seats, which also mounts two picnic tables and a fridge below them.
The stock flooring has been replaced with wooden flooring. Also, there are 2 extra jump seats mounted on the driver partition. Between these two seats, sits an Android-powered LED TV that also doubles up as an infotainment screen for the rear occupants. Since the partition is of fixed type, PTT type mics have been placed in both the compartments. The interior is done in a shade of beige and brown, with faux wood trims all around the cabin. A set of reading lamps and ambient lights have also been mounted on the roof. However, the party trick here is the starlight headliner as seen on the high-end versions of the Rolls Royce cars. Also, a touch panel is mounted beside both the seats to adjust them and operate the windows.
The rear compartment of this modified Toyota Innova Crysta features 2 reclining chairs and a set of jump seats.
Talking of the cost of these modifications, it has been calculated at around Rs. 10.00 lakh by the video presenter. However, this car is a 2017 model with 6,000 km on odo and is on sale. And, the asking price is Rs. 19.50 lakh (negotiable). So, if you are interested check it out if it’s still available or not.