Talking about the new Hycross, the new Toyota Innova will sport the ‘Hycross’ suffix while ditching the Crysta suffix. In terms of design, the Hycross gets a large and upright hexagonal front grille which looks aggressive and it gets wide headlamps with two L-shaped inserts housing the main light units and the bumper gets triangular housings for the fog lamps. The car also features a more muscular bonnet and a raked front windshield. The car gets redesigned wraparound tail lights and a new set of alloy wheels.
While the Innova Crysta sits on a ladder-frame platform with a rear-wheel drive configuration, the Innova Hycross is expected to be based on a front-wheel drive monocoque chassis, which will help improve its road manners. Apart from the updated design, Toyota could also offer the hybrid MPV with some new features.
The new Innova is expected to be offered only with a 2.0-litre NA petrol engine with hybrid technology. Dimensionally, we expect the new Toyota Innova Hycross to measure 4.7 metres in length and will get a wheelbase of 2,850 mm.
In terms of features, expect the Toyota Innova Hycross to come with an 8-inch infotainment system, 360 camera, semi-digital instrument cluster and an electric sunroof. The Toyota Hycross will debut sometime in November, with a price announcement to take place early next year and it will be sold alongside the Innova Crysta Petrol.