Toyota’s upcoming trio of new SUVs: Every Detail.

With enhanced style and a slew of cutting-edge technologies, Japanese automaker Toyota intends to launch three new SUVs for the SUV segment, giving its rivals serious competition.

Toyota’s new 7-seater SUV:

Toyota’s upcoming model is a Mid-size SUV (340D) with three rows of roomy seating and a potent hybrid drivetrain Similar to the Hycross, the upcoming Corolla cross-based SUV is going to be constructed on Toyota’s Global Architecture (TNGA-C) platform. The SUV will somewhat share components and appearance with its brother, the Innova Hycross, but it will likely have new front and back fascia’s that draw design cues from the Corolla Cross sold in international markets. Premium interiors are probably in store, along with a revised dashboard design and touchscreen infotainment system—unlike the Hycross.  A number of new linked features, including Toyota’s Safety Sense ADAS Technology, are also anticipated.  Expect the new Corolla Cross-based SUV to be priced higher than its brother models, as it is Toyota’s premium offering in the three-row SUV segment. Although the automaker has not officially disclosed it, it is anticipated to come in both a standard petrol and a powerful hybrid version.

New Toyota Fortuner:

The new Toyota Fortuner, with a major overhaul, is ready to launch this year.  This will be developed using the TNGA-F platform and incorporate Toyota’s safety suit to improve active safety. It’s possible that the new Fortuner will be a major game changer for the Japanese carmaker because it will include all the newest features and technologies compared to the previous models in order to impress buyers of the vehicle. In addition to the new Fortuner, Toyota will launch the all-new Diesel Mild-Hybrid Powertrain, the Japanese automaker’s first offering in the Indian market.

The 2.8-liter turbocharged diesel engine powering this prominent SUV is coupled to a 48-volt mild hybrid system, which boosts efficiency and performance overall. Like the global Toyota Hilux, the engine can produce 565 Nm of peak torque, 201 BHP, and an extra 21 horsepower when combined with the electric motor. The existing 2.7-liter petrol engine, which produces 163 horsepower and 245 Nm of peak torque, as well as the non-hybrid 2.8-liter turbo-diesel engine, which produces 201 horsepower and 500 Nm of peak torque, will be available for enthusiastic users. The forthcoming Fortuner from Toyota may also feature petrol-hybrid technology as an additional option. As a result, the Fortuner would be the first full-size SUV equipped with a diesel mild hybrid.

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Toyota’s UC Hyryder 7-Seater:

Toyota is anticipated to introduce a seven-seater hybrid SUV later this year. The front and rear designs of Toyota’s upcoming seven-seater SUV will be bold and powerful. You can expect new projectors up front and newly designed integrated taillamps at the back. Anticipate a panoramic sunroof, ADAS technology, and an opulent interior with a plethora of connected car technologies. It is likely to use a 1.5-liter petrol engine for its mild hybrid models and a 2.0-liter petrol engine for its strong hybrid models for pure EV driving. The company’s upcoming SUV would cost between 14 and 25 lakhs (ex-showroom).

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