A new, limited edition model of the Innova Hycross, based on the petrol-powered GX model, has recently been introduced by Toyota for the Indian market. The Innova Hycross GX special edition costs around Rs 40,000 more than the standard GX, with prices ranging from Rs 20.07 lakh to Rs 20.22 lakh (ex-showroom). According to industry reports, customers will only be able to purchase this limited edition Innova Hycross until December, or as long as stock lasts. Owing to the higher price, it features cosmetic enhancements both inside and outside. Talking about the exterior, there are now new faux silver skid plates added to the front and rear bumpers as well as a new chrome garnish on the grille that runs through the middle. Inside, the special edition model features a new soft-touch, chestnut brown finish for the dashboard and door trims. Faux wood accents and seats with dual-tone fabric are additional upgrades.
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Toyota Innova Hycross GX Limited Edition: Mechanical Specifics
The GX Limited Edition, like the model on which it is based, is only available with a 2.0-litre naturally aspirated petrol engine producing 205Nm of peak torque and 170bhp of maximum power. For transmission, it uses a single CVT automatic gearbox. The more fuel-efficient hybrid powertrain option is not included. According to industry sources, Toyota wants to increase the appeal of the non-hybrid MPV to prospective purchasers during this time by offering this limited edition version.
Toyota Innova Hycross GX Limited Edition: Exterior and Interior Improvements
There aren't many noticeable changes other than the faux skid plates on the front and rear bumpers and the new chrome garnish on the grille running down the center. However, purchasers can opt to have the exterior painted Platinum White for an additional Rs 9,500. Since this limited-run model is based on the base GX trim, it lacks the bumper decorations and bigger alloy wheels available on the higher variants.
Coming to the interior, the GX special edition comes in both 7- and 8-seater configurations. The dashboard and door trims, which are adorned in black plastic on the standard GX variant, gain a new soft-touch, chestnut brown finish, which is standard on the more costly VX version. In addition, the window controls now have a new faux wood trim, and the fabric seat coverings have a new dual-tone black and brown hue.
Toyota October 2023 Sales
As proven by its sales, the Toyota Innova Hycross has always been a significant product for the company's success in India. The Hycross and several other models contributed to the firm's outstanding year-over-year performance in October. It sold 21,879 vehicles in the previous month, compared to 13,143 vehicles delivered in October 2022, which was a 66% year-over-year increase. The company sold 20,542 units domestically and 1,337 units internationally. Furthermore, it supplied around 1,45,818 vehicles in the first seven months of 2023, a rise of 39% from the 1,04,986 vehicles sold in the same time the previous year.