In the image you can see that Toyota employees bidding adieu to the very last unit of the first generation Toyota Innova from the assembly line of Bidadi Facility. The images emerged online, making it clear that the old Innova has finally opened up the gates for the second generation Innova Crysta that was showcased at the Delhi Auto show and also bring strong clarity to the rumours of the current generation Toyota Innova being sold alongside the new Innova Crysta.
The Toyota Innova Cryta is based on the second generation IMV platform which incorporates improved chassis and will be offered in three variants – G, V and Q. The new Innova will measure 4,735 mm long, 1,795 mm high and 1,830 mm wide and will receive a wheelbase of 2,750 mm. The front fascia of the Innova Crytsta appears to be sporty with a new grille and well-designed headlamps along with daytime running LED strips and indicators near the fog lamps while at the rear end it gets horizontal tail lamps and indicators.
Speaking of the engine lineup, the new Innova will be offered in two new diesel engine options that is a new 2.4-litre GD Series diesel engine that churns out 147 bhp power @ 3,400 rpm and 369 Nm torque @ 1,200 to 2,800 rpm, and a 2.0-litre petrol engine with Dual VVT-i capable of 137 bhp peak power and 183 Nm peak torque.
The current Toyota Innova currently retails between INR 12.64 to 16.16 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). The new Innova Crysta is expected to go on sale in May this year, while production will continue at the Bidadi plant.