The interior of the new available Toyota cross is unveiledAugust 28, 2020
The salon of the new Toyota Urban Cruiser cross, which struck everyone with almost complete similarity to the donor Suzuki Vitara Brezza, was declassified in detail. Detailed images of the interior of the new model have appeared on the Toyota India website.
Judging by the photo, the Urban Cruiser interior is actually the same as that of the “donor”, the distinctive features are only the nameplate on the steering wheel and the dark brown upholstery of the seats. It is also worth noting the presence of an electrochromic rear-view mirror, buttons for activating and deactivating cruise control on the steering wheel and a button for the Start / Stop system, by pressing which the power unit starts and turns off.
Externally, the new model differs from the twin only in the front – it is given out by the original Toyota radiator grille and bumper.
The technical equipment of Toyota Urban Cruiser and Suzuki Vitara Brezza is also similar. The novelty is equipped with a single 105-horsepower atmospheric engine with a volume of 1.5 liters, together with which a 5-speed manual transmission or a 4-speed automatic transmission functions. Moreover, the option with the “automatic”, in particular, is offered in the form of a “soft” hybrid with a 48 volt starter-generator and a lithium-ion battery.
The new cross will enter the conveyor of the Indian joint plant Maruti-Suzuki. Acceptance of orders with an advance payment of 11,000 rupees has already started, the full price list should be announced very soon.
In addition, it was recently noted that the updated Toyota 86 and Subaru BRZ will become more technological. It should be emphasized that these two machines are based on the same architecture. And soon they will receive restyled variations.
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