Toyota Etios Liva has been launched in India with a dual-tone limited edition version. Only available on the VX trims on both petrol and diesel derivatives.
Toyota Kirloskar India has today launched a dual-tone limited edition of the Etios Liva hatchback in India. The special edition is available only on the VX (petrol) and VXD (Diesel) trims of the vehicle. Furthermore, this one-off edition will only retail in white colour. And gets a contrasting black coloured dual-tone roof. To accentuate the overall sporty appeal, the car comes with several red-colour accents on its exterior profile.
These include red coloured door handles, red colour garnish below the front grille, on the boot-lid, red highlights for the fog-lamps along with sporty graphics on the doors. In addition to this, the Toyota Etios Liva limited edition also comes with a black rear spoiler and diamond cut alloy wheels.
This red and black sporty theme continues inside the cabin as well. The special edition offers an all-black cabin. In addition to this, the interiors also boast of several red colour accents along the cabin. These include small accents on the dashboard, gear knob and ac vents. Furthermore, the car comes with a three-spoke, leather-wrapped steering wheel. To sum it up, Toyota has included the car with a 6.5-inch touchscreen infotainment system. This unit doubles up as the screen for the reverse parking camera.
As mentioned before, the limited edition model is only available on the top spec VX and VXD variants of the petrol and diesel derivatives of the car respectively. The petrol limited edition is going to cost INR 6,50,700 lakh. While the diesel trim is going to cost INR 7,65,700 lakh to own. These prices are ex-showroom.
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To freshen your memory, the Toyota Etios Liva comes with a 1.2-litre, 4-cylinder petrol engine. This engine is capable of churning out 78 BHP along with 103 NM of peak torque. While the diesel derivative gets a 1.4-litre, 4-cylinder CRDI unit. This oil-burner is capable of producing 66 BHP along with 170 Nm of peak torque. Both the engines come with a 5-speed manual gearbox.