The Hyundai Creta and Kia Seltos rival from Maruti and Toyota will be called Hyryder and the launch could take place around Diwali this year.
The upcoming Hyundai Creta rival that is being developed by Toyota might be called Hyryder which could be sold as YGF with the Maruti badging. We have already seen the Toyota versions of the Maruti Baleno and Brezza in our market. This Creta-rivalling SUV will feature the opposite. It will be developed by Toyota and sourced to Maruti to be sold under its own name. Additionally, this time, the two SUVs will sport design changes on the outside, unlike Baleno-Glanza and Brezza-Urban Cruiser.
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Creta Rival From Maruti & Toyota – Hyryder
There are numerous spy shots on the internet of the camouflaged version of the upcoming SUV. This YouTube video comprises of a render of what the Toyota Hyryder could look like. The version shown in the video consists of dual LED DLRs on the bonnet with the integrated turn indicator lamps, while the main projector LED headlamp unit is positioned on the bumper down below, there is a large radiator grille at the bottom finished in black making the bumper look muscular while the rugged and sturdy skid plate accentuates the SUV-ish character.
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The side view of the digital illustration boasts of square wheel arches with black cladding, black side pillars, roof rails, stylish alloy wheels and a shark fin antenna. At the rear, one witnesses split LED taillamps, slightly raked boot glass, and a beefy bumper with a silver skid plate lending it a proper SUV stance with reflector light on the edges of the bumper.
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Interior and Specs
The interior of the upcoming SUVs will feature a modern cabin with the latest connectivity and convenience amenities. This will be quite different from what we are used to seeing in Maruti products because it will be developed by Toyota. Toyota will build the Hyryder on its popular DNGA platform that underpins a lot of budget products for Daihatsu in the international markets. As far as the powertrain options go, the SUV is most likely to come powered by a 1.5-litre petrol engine with the option of a mild or strong hybrid setup. The exact details will be unveiled in times to come and the launch is expected to take place around the festive season this year.