Toyota is riding high after the unveiling of its new MPV – Innova HyCross. It has finally given a strong answer to all the people who were questioning Toyota’s will on offering new features. Moreover, if we talk about its upcoming plans, it has 3 more SUVs that are set to come in future. Which are these 3 new Toyota SUVs? Let’s know in detail about what you could be getting in each SUV.
3 new Toyota SUV – Toyota Urban Cruiser HyRyder CNG
Toyota is set to bring another CNG car into its portfolio after the success of Glanza. The HyRyder CNG would debut as the first C-segment SUV equipped with factory-fitted CNG technology. This would make the HyRyder more focused towards efficiency. For those who were thinking to get the strong hybrid version of this car, the CNG option could turn out as an effective alternative. The CNG car would receive minimal CNG-specific changes in it. Talking about the specifications, the bi-fuel option would be available in the NeoDrive variant which gets the 1.5-litre engine making 102bhp and 137Nm of torque. So, in CNG mode you could witness the power depletion making around 87bhp.
Toyota New Fortuner
Toyota Fortuner has its own swag due to its irresistible looks and tons of road presence. It is one of the most beloved SUVs on the market. So, Toyota has decided to bring an all-new generation of the Fortuner. This car is set to be an all-product with the new TNGA-F platform which is used by the Land Cruiser- the Alpha Toyota SUV. No doubt, the new Fortuner is going to be much more capable on multiple terrains with its new underpinnings. Mechanical-wise, it is likely to get the updated version of the 2.8-litre diesel engine focusing more towards stringent emission norms. Other than this we could expect a feature list borrowed from the Innova HyCross. India could witness this new Fortuner somewhere around 2024. What about pricing? Pricing is likely to increase considering the various updates it is getting.
3 new Toyota SUV – Toyota Yaris Cross
The global model of the Yaris Cross has been spotted testing on Indian roads. This car is essentially a crossover which gets a conveying coupe design. Moreover, it focuses on the SUV look with defined wheel wells, body cladding, and dual-tone colour scheme. However, if we talk about this car, it does measure more than 4 metres which could be barrier for Toyota (vehicle taxation criteria). So, what could Toyota do is it would badge engineer the upcoming Maruti YTB and sell it as the Yaris Cross. As Maruti is bring the Baleno Cross (codenamed YTB) it turns out as an sensible option to go ahead with. Maruti would launch the new Baleno Cross in the next year.
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