Toyota Kirloskar Motors has just introduced a new version of the Innova Crysta to celebrate the MPV's first anniversary. The new variant is called the Touring Sport and it gets both exterior and interior enhancements. The carmaker has brought in these changes to appeal to buyers who want a spacious MPV with SUV styling. Check out these pictures to find out if they have been successful in doing so.
The most prominent change is the new wildfire red colour that will be exclusive to this Touring Sport edition. This variant can also be had in a white pearl crystal shine colour.
Up front, the vehicle gets smoked chrome headlamps and a front bumper spoiler finished in chrome. This is to give it a different identity.
The overall dimensions remain the same but a new black plastic cladding runs along the length of the car. It is similar to that of the Toyota Venturer, available overseas.
This body cladding also extends to the wheel arch and on the side mould of the vehicle. The 17-inch alloy wheel pattern is the same as before, but now comes in a black matte finish.
At the back, you can see door accents done in a black finish, while the rear bumper gets a few touches of chrome on the sides.
To add to the exclusivity, Toyota has dropped the Crysta badge and decided to give a Touring Sport badge instead.
The interiors of the cabin retain most of the features and finishes from the Innova Crysta. However, this new trim does get a red wood pattern design and black wood finish on the rear doors.
All Toyota Innova Touring Sport trims will get a touchscreen infotainment system, but only the top-end petrol and diesel automatic versions will get navigation.
This Touring Sport edition will be offered in two petrol and diesel variants each. It costs Rs 75,000 more than the corresponding Toyota Innova Crysta variants.
The petrol trim is priced between Rs 17.79 lakhs and Rs 20.84 lakhs, while the diesel variant ranges from Rs 18.91 lakhs to Rs 22.15 lakhs (ex-showroom Delhi).
Pictures by Nikhil Puthran and Toyota