Toyota Innova Hybrid MPV will undergo some special changes, know the new features with the new setup

Toyota Innova Hybrid MPV: The Toyota Innova Hybrid MPV will undergo some remarkable changes: with the new setup, the Indonesian model can be called Toyota Innova Genix, while the Indian model can be called Innova Hycross.

After that, it will be launched in India in the first quarter of 2023. The Toyota Innova Hycross Hybrid, which has been seen in both road tests in India and internationally, will make its global debut in November. It will be introduced in Indonesia first.

Ahead of its global debut, Toyota Indonesia has released the official teaser of the upcoming Innova Hycross. The teaser reveals the front styling of the new 3-row MPV, which appears to be inspired by global Toyota models, including the Corolla Cross. This teaser is of the Toyota Innova Hybrid, which is about to enter the international market.

Toyota Innova Hybrid MPV comes with new setup

The hood could have a strong fold while the bumper could have a triangular housing for the fog lamps. The new model will likely be offered as a crossover MPV. The Indonesian model may be called Toyota Innova Genix, while the Indian model may be called Innova Hycross. It can be guessed from the teaser that Toyota Innova Hycross will get a prominent design at the front, which will get a large and high hexagonal grille, inspired by the Corolla Cross. It comes with a brand new headlight setup, which will have two L-shaped inserts.

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Features of Toyota Innova Hybrid MPV

Speaking of features, the new MPV can have many features, including 360-degree camera, electric sunroof, wireless charging, large touchscreen infotainment system, ‘ottoman function’ for the second row of captain’s seats, wireless connectivity. Toyota Safety Sense (TSS) can also be offered here.

According to some media reports, the 2023 Toyota Innova Hycross will be equipped with several segment-first features that the current Crysta lacks. This is Toyota’s ADAS technology, in which many functions such as automatic emergency braking, lane departure warning and adaptive cruise control are available.