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Toyota Innova EV concept unveiled at Indonesia International Motor Show in Jakarta

Toyota has unveiled an all-electric concept version of the Innova Crysta minivan at the ongoing Indonesian International Motor Show in Jakarta. The Innova Crysta is currently one of the best-selling premium MPVs in the Indian market, and Toyota is expected to introduce a next-generation version of the car soon. However, instead of the next next-gen version, the Innova EV shown in Jakarta is still based on the current version of the mover.
It’s worth noting that the Toyota Innova EV is still in concept form, and the production-ready version of the electric minivan could feature some unique elements. Compared to the standard Innova Crysta, the electric version features unique elements like a closed grille, a slightly updated front bumper, redesigned alloy wheels, as well as an “Electric” badge on the rear. The concept car also gets blue highlights inside the headlights and taillights, along with the Toyota emblem.

Inside, the Innova EV concept has the same general layout as the regular MPV. Toyota has yet to reveal specifications for the Innova EV. That said, the electrified Innova might be one of the first fully electric Toyota cars in the Indian market. As of now, the Toyota Innova Crysta is offered in the Indian market with a 2.7-liter four-cylinder NA petrol engine that produces 166 hp of peak power and 245 Nm of peak torque; as well as a 2.4-litre four-cylinder diesel engine rated at 150 PS/343 Nm (360 Nm with AT).
Transmission options on both engines include a 5-speed manual gearbox, as well as a 6-speed AT. Toyota is currently selling the Innova Crysta in India at a base price of Rs 17.30 lakh, which rises to Rs 25.32 lakh (both prices, ex-showroom). If launched, the Toyota Innova EV will be priced higher than the standard version of the minivan and will have no direct rival in the country.

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