Toyota has been planning to bring the updated Innova Crysta to our market soon. Could it bear a resemblance to this digital render?
This Toyota Innova Crysta rendition is what we want to see on our roads. SRK Designs have conceptualised this innovative iteration. Innova is the best-selling MPV in the country. It has maintained that position for a long time in our market. Now, the time to upgrade the existing model has come. We have reported a few design cues that it might feature based on the model sold abroad. But until then, we could let our imagination run wild and experience this digital version.
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Toyota Innova Crysta Rendition
The digital automobile designer has primarily focused on the side profile. The appearance from the side indicates its muscular curves and sporty stance. The front fender is much beefier and the wheel arches have been squared off. The chrome beltline runs the entire length of the car from the front headlamps to the D-pillar. The accentuates the premium quotient lending an imposing road presence. The alloy wheels are quite simple, yet elegant. The side pillars are completely blacked out. The shark fin antenna and roof-integrated spoiler look great. The front section looks like it has not been altered too much.
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But the LED headlamp cluster looks sleek and seems to be neatly merged into the front grille with chrome embellishments. A large black radiator grille is located on the bumper. The side doors sport a curvy and muscular silhouette and the black side body cladding makes it look adventurous. The rear features a split LED taillamp setup that extends to the side profile too. This design language oozes masculinity and SUV-ish character rather than an MPV design.
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The current-gen Toyota Innova Crysta is offered with 2.7-litre petrol and a 2.4-litre diesel mill. The former develops 166 PS and 245 Nm of peak torque, while the latter shreds out 150 PS of power and 360 Nm of torque. Transmission duties are done by a 5-speed MT or 6-speed automatic transmission. The Toyota Innova Crysta ranges between Rs 17.86 lakh and Rs 25.68 lakh, ex-showroom. The updated version might feature some sort of electrification to make the powertrain hybrid. That would invariably push the cost higher. How did you like this Toyota Innova Crysta rendition?