Toyota Innova Hycross reimagined with a sporty-looking TRD kit [Video]

The Japanese multinational automaker Toyota recently launched the newest iteration of its immensely successful MPV Innova dubbed as the Hycross for 2023. The newly launched MPV has already garnered a ton of popularity in the country and this is why many popular digital artists in India have now created different versions of this MPV according to their imaginations.

Recently a video on YouTube was shared by Bimble Designs – one of the most talented artists in the country who has previously created some amazing renders of popular vehicles in India. This time around the artist has tried to create a version of the MPV that Toyota could create with its in-house tuning shop Toyota Racing Development (TRD). For those unaware TRD is responsible both for improving street cars for more performance and supporting Toyota’s racing interests around the world.

The video begins with an overall B-roll of the unofficial Innova Hycross “TRD”, and then it shows the front of the MPV up close. From the shot of the front, we can note that each and every grille from the stock vehicle has been replaced with a sportier honeycomb pattern. Additionally, although the front bumper of this rendered iteration does carry forward the overall design and elements of the stock vehicle it has been redesigned to offer a more sportier look. The lower part  of the bumper now boasts an more aggressive design which extends quite a bit than the stock car. It also gets the a huge vent with the same honeycomb pattern grille.

Toyota Innova Hycross reimagined with a sporty-looking TRD kit [Video]

One of the major highlights of the front of this rendered vehicle is the headlights. The artist has replaced the factory LED headlamps with a unique set of W shaped LED DRL equipped headlamps. Also we front the front three quarter shot of the vehicle we can note that the vehicle sits much lower than the stock MPV and looks extremely aggressive. The front fender flares have also been widened to give it that mean stance. Additionally the artist has also given the vehicle a set of unique and huge alloy wheels with some low profile tyres. These fitment also looks perfect and helps achieving that perfect stance.

Moving on the sides the artist has retained most of the body lines of the original Innova Hycross but has given it a more pronounced side skirt. The widened rear fender can also be noticed from the side angle shot of the rendered video. In the rear, one of the most noticeable changes is the presence of an extremely aggressive rear bumper. The stock bumper has been replaced with one that boasts an assailing diffuser. A more pronounced wing on top of the factory wing can also be noticed. Additionally the artist has also given this version of the MPV a set of clear LED taillamps. He has also shared the same vehicle in video in a gloss white color as well.

Utkarsh Deshmukh

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