To come in exclusive ‘Red Wine’ colour, the new Toyota Innova Crysta Touring Sport will be offered on the top-spec ZX trim.
Buoyed by excellent response for new Innova, Toyota India is now ready to launch the Touring Sport special edition of the Crysta. The new Toyota Innova Crysta Touring Sport will be launched to celebrate the first anniversary of the MPV in India. If media reports are to be believed, this special edition MPV will go on sale on May 4, 2017. However, the company is yet to make an official statement. As a reminder, this special edition is already on sale in the Indonesian market with Venturer nameplate. Read – Toyota Innova Crysta All You Need To Know
The new variant is expected to be offered on the top-spec ZX trim, but it will only come with six-seater option. The captain seats will be covered with new premium black leather. The MPV will have cosmetic upgrades over the regular model. There will be lot of chrome treatment all around the body to give a premium look. Other design highlights will include black body cladding, chrome treatment on the front grille, ORVMs and side classing. The car will be exclusively offered with ‘Wine Red’ paint. This edition is likely to come with all three engines – a 2.7L 4-cylinder petrol, a 2.4L 4-cylinder diesel and a 2.8L 4-cylinder diesel. Transmission options are expected to include a 5-speed manual and a 6-speed automatic unit.
|Launch Date||May 4, 2017|
It was speculated that the new Sport edition of the MPV will go on sale in April 2017 that is not likely to happen. Latest media reports suggest that the new model will be launched on May 4, 2017. However, Toyota is yet to announce the exact launch date. We will update you as soon as Toyota reveals anything on the same. Read – Toyota Innova Crysta Price, Specs & Other Details
|Minimum (Estimated)||Rs 20 Lakh|
|Maximum (Estimated)||Rs 22 Lakh|
The Innova Crysta Touring Sport edition will take on the Tata Hexa Tuff in the Indian market. Likely to be offered on the top-spec ZX trim, the MPV is expected to come in both manual and automatic avatars. The petrol version of the Touring Sport could be priced around Rs 20 lakh while the 2.4L diesel model is likely to be tagged around Rs 21 lakh. The top-spec 2.8L ZX Touring model is expected to cost about Rs 22 lakh.
|Engine||2.4-litre GD, VNT Intercooler Diesel|
|Engine||2.8-litre GD Diesel|
|Transmissions||5-speed manual & 6-speed automatic|
The new edition is expected to get the same set of engines that powers the regular Innova. The diesel model will get a 2.4-litre GD and 2.8-litre GD units that produces 146.9bhp and 174.5bhp respectively. On the other hand, the gasoline version will be propelled by a 2.7-litre 4-cylinder unit that is capable of producing 166bhp of power and 245Nm of torque. Transmission options are likely to include a 5-speed manual and a 6-speed automatic unit. Read More – Upcoming Toyota Cars In India
|2.8-litre GD, AT||14.29kmpl|
|2.7-litre petrol||9.89kmpl MT & 10.83kmpl AT|
|Front Tyre Size||215/55 R17|
|Rear Tyre Size||215/55 R17|
Since it is based on the top-end ZX trim, the new special edition model will have all the features offered on the former. Besides existing features, the new Sport model will get visual enhancements and some features.
– Black body cladding
– Chrome treatment on bumpers
– Chrome enhancement on side skirts
– Chrome surround for fog lamp
– Black 16-inch alloy wheels
– New Wine Red Paint Scheme
– Touchscreen infotainment system
– Leather seats
– Chromed grille
– 7 airbags
The overall profile of the car will remain unchanged, but it will have some new design elements to add sporty touch. There will be black body cladding on the wheel arches, bumpers and on the side skirts to give a bolder look. The vehicle will also get lots of chrome treatment all around the car, including grille, ORVMs, side body cladding, etc. The flared wheel arches will be fitted to 16-inch black alloy wheels, in-line with black colour treatment on the bumpers and cladding. As a reminder, Toyota has recently discontinued the 17-inch alloys from the Crysta range. It will be exclusively offered in ‘Red Wine’ exterior paint job.
The cabin will be shared with the current top-spec ZX variant. However, this model will only come as a six-seater and the captain seats will be covered in premium black leather. There will be exclusively designed floor mats on offer. The MPV will get smart entry with push button start, wood finish on panels, automatic climate control, touchscreen infotainment system, vehicle stability control, LED projector headlamps and hill-start assist control.
Source – Overdrive
Based on the top-end ZX trim, the new Innova Crysta Touring Sport will have visual upgrades in the form of body cladding, new spoiler, new alloys and chrome treatment.