Toyota Innova Hycross launched in India, prices start from Rs 18.30
Prices for the Toyota Innova Hycross have been released by TKM, and they start from Rs 18.30 lakh rising all the way up to Rs 28.97 lakh (ex-showroom). Bookings for the model, which was unveiled in November of this year, are currently being taken for Rs 50,000.
Toyota Innova Hycross variants:
Innova Hycross Petrol G 7S: Rs 18.30 lakh
Innova Hycross Petrol G 8S: Rs 18.35 lakh
Innova Hycross Petrol GX 7S: Rs 19.15 lakh
Innova Hycross Petrol GX 8S: Rs 19.20 lakh
Innova Hycross Petrol-hybrid VX 7S: Rs 24.01 lakh
Innova Hycross Petrol-hybrid VX 8S: Rs 24.06 lakh
Innova Hycross Petrol-hybrid ZX 7S: Rs 28.33 lakh
Innova Hycross Petrol-hybrid ZX(O) 7S: Rs 28.97 lakh
The Toyota Innova Hycross is based on the Toyota New Global Architecture (TNGA) platform and comes in five variations: G, GX, VX, ZX, and ZX (O). Additionally, there are seven colours available to customers: Super White, Platinum White Pearl, Silver Metallic, Attitude Black Mica, Sparkling Black Pearl Crystal Shine, Avant Garde Bronze Metallic, and Blackish Ageha Glass Flake.
The Toyota Innova Hycross uses a 2.0-litre Atkinson cycle petrol motor that puts out 154PS and 190 Nm that pairs with a 113PS and 206 Nm electric motor with an e-CVT in the mix for a combined 186PS. The Innova Hycross will be a petrol-only offering for the first time now and lower-spec models could get a 2.0-litre naturally aspirated petrol with 174PS and 202 Nm, again paired with a CVT.
The biggest change with this update is that the Toyota Innova Hycross is now based on the TNGA-C architecture, losing the ladder-frame rear-wheel drive layout for a monocoque, front-driven architecture. This, combined with the significant 100mm increase should mean that interior space will see a notable jump from earlier. The front seats are now placed higher while there are large quarter-glasses for better frontal visibility.
The Innova Hycross' interior looks like a more contemporary space with a flat horizontal design, a large free-standing 10-inch touchscreen with a slim panel to AC control and a dash-mounted gear lever. The instrument cluster is new too with a new 7-inch MID as is the steering wheel. The interior is done up in a brown and black colour theme with silver highlights.
There are seven and eight-seater seating configurations with the second-row seats being available with leg rests. The third-row space has also been enhanced. The features list has been significantly enhanced with a panoramic sunroof, cooled seats, powered driver's seat, ambient light, electronic parking brake, wireless charging, four USB C-ports, second-row climate control, auto-hold, electronic parking brake, connected tech, rear sun shades and drive modes. The Toyota Safety Sense ADAS functions have been added.
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Starts Rs 24.95 Lakhs