- The non-hybrid GX variant of the Toyota Innova HyCross gets a new limited edition.
- This new limited edition will be available till December or until the stock lasts.
- It gets some design tweaks inside and out.
Toyota Bharat has added a new limited edition variant to the Innova HyCross lineup. This limited edition model is based on the GX petrol variant of the MPV. It gets some cosmetic tweaks inside and out but remains mechanically unchanged. Prices for the new Toyota Innova HyCross GX limited edition start at Rs 22.07 lakh.
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Toyota Innova HyCross GX limited edition: What’s new?
The front and rear bumpers of the Toyota Innova HyCross GX limited edition get a new faux silver skid plate. The front grille receives a new chrome garnish as well. The Platinum White colour option for this variant demands a premium of Rs 9,500. Since the new limited edition is based on the GX trim, it does not get the bigger alloy wheels found on the higher-placed trims.
Inside, the Toyota Innova HyCross GX limited edition gets more notable additions. There is a new brown finish on the dashboard and door trims of the MPV. In the GX petrol trim, these elements are finished in black plastic. The soft-touch finish on the limited edition can also be found on the higher-placed VX trim. Other than these additions, the limited edition also gets a new dual-tone colour theme for the upholstery and faux wood treatment on the window controls. Since it is based on the GX petrol trim, the limited edition HyCross is available in 7-seat and 8-seat layouts.
The Toyota Innova HyCross GX trim is available in a single powertrain option. The 2.0-litre naturally aspirated petrol engine on this variant produces a maximum power output of 172hp and 250Nm of peak torque. It is mated to a CVT gearbox. The higher-placed variants of the MPV that get the mild-hybrid engine generate a combined power output of 186hp.
The Toyota Innova HyCross GX limited edition is Rs 40,000 more expensive than the regular variant. Since the mild hybrid variants of the MPV have been more popular since its launch, Toyota has launched this limited edition to generate consumer interest in the non-hybrid variant too. It is available in limited numbers and will go off the market at the end of December. In India, Toyota Innova HyCross rivals the likes of Tata Safari, Mahindra XUV700, and Kia Carnival.