Toyota Innova Crysta, which is an extremely popular vehicle in the Indian market is about to get a mid-life update in the Indian market. The Innova Crysta has been around for a while now and the manufacturer has not updated the vehicle for years now. However, next year, Toyota will roll out an update for the Toyota Innova Crysta, which is likely to be around the time when they launch the BS6 version of the MPV. Here is a rendered image that indicates what the upcoming Innova Crysta may look like when it is launched in the market next year.
The rendered image has been made by Shoeb R Kalania for IAB and it is purely based on the speculations. The facelifted version may follow Toyota’s new aggressive design language and a few additions all around to make it look rugged. The changes are not so radical in the speculative render though.
Toyota may change the shape of the headlamps to make the vehicle look more aggressive. The headlamps may even get integrated DRL that will become the new identify of the MPV. Moreover, the bumper has also been updated in the rendered image and it looks much more muscular. The fog lamp housings are now upgraded and it gets triangular-shaped lamps that are likely to get LEDs in them. Overall, the Toyota Innova Crysta looks fresher in the rendered image. The major difference being the redesigned grille, which remains inspired by the current version but it changes the way Innova Crysta looks.
Toyota may make additional changes to the car including a cladding that will make the vehicle look much more rugged. Also, a new set of alloy wheels will ensure that the MPV looks sportier than the current version.
It should be noted that the Toyota Innova Crysta is the best-selling vehicle for the Japanese automobile giant in India for years now. It dominates the segment by a big margin and is expected to do so in the coming times too. Toyota will launch an all-new version of the Innova Crysta in the coming years but it will not be launched until 2022. Till then, this refreshed version of the car will keep the sales rolling.
The Innova Crysta is extremely popular among the cab fleet owners. The bulletproof engine and reliability of the vehicle make it the first choice in the segment. Also, the Innova Crysta is extremely comfortable and that’s appreciated by the travellers too. Toyota is currently planning to launch the bigger version of the Innova, which is known as the Vellfire and will cost around Rs 80 lakhs.