The Toyota Innova Crysta is arguably the best MPV on sale in India right now, not considering the Mercedes-Benz V-Class of course. Despite its price which is higher than most other MPVs, the Innova was the best selling MPV in India for long. Its USP is its comfortable interiors and rugged build along with it being a reliable car. This is the reason it is also used by many celebrities and politicians also. The Innova is fairly popular in the modification circuits too, though most of the mods done on it are mainly on the interiors.
Which brings us to the car featured below. The video below by BANKS CUSTOM shows a Toyota Innova Crysta that has been given a lowrider look on the outside and a comfy interior treatment on the inside. Let’s take a look at the video before discussing about the car any further.
As seen in the video, this Lowrider Toyota Innova Crysta is an eye grabber. The low rider body kit fitted on it runs all around the car. The front bumper now gets LED DRLs along with projector foglamps and HID headlamps. Though the ground clearance has gone down, the overall look of the car has climbed up by several notches so that makes it up for that to some extent. Moving to the sides, the body kit marks its presence here too in the form of custom side skirts. The MPV now rides on stylish multispoke, 18-inch alloy wheels that are really gorgeous to look at.
Moving on, the rear end gets aftermarket tail lamps that further enhance the car’s aesthetics. The rear bumper too has been fitted with the lowrider body kit and it looks pretty cool. Coming to the interiors, the door pads now get a good dose of leather in a shade of tan. The upholstery and pillars among other interior bits also are wrapped in tan leather. To let you know, this is the base model of the Innova Crysta that does not come with all these goodies. The whole dashboard, as well as the steering wheel top, has been given a wooden finish treatment that enhances their look and feels.
The area around the gearbox too gets a wooden finish, although it is different from the darker shade finish on the dashboard. An 8-inch aftermarket infotainment system has been fitted on the car. All in all, the base model of the Innova Crysta here has been given a top-notch treatment. A lot of people are now doing this as they buy the base variant of a car and then go for a host of aftermarket accessories to boost their rides. While it can be a good option if done nicely, its impact on the warranty is something you should confirm with your dealer first.