Toyota Innova HyCross will more likely go on sale early next year in India and it will boast a new strong hybrid engine.
Toyota Kirloskar Motor (TKM) has already been spotted testing the new generation Innova on public roads and it has caught testing a few times on foreign soil as well.
Reports indicate that the premium MPV will make its global debut next month and it could be christened the Innova Zenix in Southeast Asian markets like Indonesia.
The Japanese auto major could use the Innova HyCross name for India as it has been registered and whether it would be showcased at the 2023 Auto Expo or not is yet unknown.
The Innova Crysta sits on the ladder frame chassis found in the Fortuner and Hilux and the third generation will more likely switch to a monocoque base.
The modular TNGA-C architecture will enable it to have a traditional front-wheel drive configuration, contrary to the RWD layout of the Crysta.
In addition, the proportions could be slightly larger along with having a more spacious cabin.
It could be sold in a total of five variants: G Petrol, G Hybrid, V Petrol, V Hybrid and Q Hybrid.
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