The market is already warming up for the launch of the all-new Toyota Innova Hycross, with the Japanese carmaker confirming the arrival of the new MPV with a series of teaser images and visuals. While much has been revealed about the Innova Hycross with several spy pictures of its exterior and interior, many details, including the number and name of variants in which it will be sold, are still under wraps. Here, we take a look at how the Toyota Innova Hycross will look like if it gets Toyota’s GR Sport treatment. This rendering image is made by Malvinwsetiawan.
Toyota already sells the Fortuner GR Sport in India, which gets a host of sporty visual tweaks and a few additional features over the standard version of the Fortuner. Based on that particular variant, a digital rendering artist Malvin WS has imagined the Toyota Innova Hycross GR Sport, which gives an idea of how the MPV will look like with the GR Sport treatment if it comes to India.
The exterior of the Toyota Innova Hycross has already been leaked on the internet, and this GR Sport imagination is based on that front three-quarter image of the sporty-looking MPV. At the front, this rendering of the Innova Hycross GR Sport receives a gloss black treatment for the front grill inserts, with the grille having a GR Sport logo on the bottom right corner.
All the chrome elements of the front fascia of the Innova Hycross on the front bumper have been replaced by gloss black finished bits.
Moving down towards the front bumper of the Toyota Innova Hycross GR Sport, the MPV has a sporty and aggressive look to it, thanks to the wide and edgy-looking front splitter, which also comes integrated with a silver skid plate in the middle. The side profile of the Innova Hycross GR Sport also gets a black finish for the alloy wheels and side skirts below the door panels.
Other than these changes, this Innova Hycross GR Sport rendering retains the new elements like sleeker LED headlamps, daytime running LED inserts on the corners of the front bumper, wheel arch moulding and a Hybrid badge on the front door panel.
If Toyota decides to launch a GR Sport variant of the Innova Hycross, expect to see more visual treats on the inside, such as contrast red stitching, GR Sport badges on the seat headrests and more red highlights in the cabin. The new Innova Hycross is all set to get a new full-hybrid powertrain in place of the 2.4-litre diesel engine of the currently-available Innova Crysta.