Toyota introduced the luxury minivan GranviaMay 25, 2019
Luxury Japanese novelty is based on the architecture of HiAce and is intended only for the automotive market in Australia. So far, not reported prices on the car, there is also no data on the power plant.
After the Japanese luxury Lexus LM minivan was unveiled at the Shanghai Auto Show, the parent company Toyota announced another new model. It is called Toyota Granvia and is based on a completely new HiAce platform. The 8-seater luxury minivan will arrive in Australia in the fourth quarter of 2019 and will be targeted at corporate and family buyers.
Granvia’s got eight-seat premium seats, a complete set of safety features for Toyota Safety Sense and a four-link rear suspension for “superior driving comfort and stable handling”.
The new luxury minivan will be offered with only one single turbo diesel engine, the working volume and power of which are not yet known.
The Japanese brand says that the new power plant has been improved and made more economical.
Granvia will be available in two configurations, and the list of equipment will include upholstery with leather accents, sliding side doors with electric drive, as well as driver’s seats with electric drive and the second row of seats. The minivan will also offer Toyota’s latest generation multimedia system with four USB ports and 12 speakers.
With regard to safety, both versions of the new items are equipped with nine airbags, active cruise control and a pre-collision safety system (PCS) with the detection of pedestrians and cyclists during the daytime, as well as other driver assistance functions.
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