Rider Girl Vishakha’s newly acquired Toyota Innova Hycross is an impressive top-spec ZX(O) variant, elegantly featured in the captivating Blackish Ageha Glass Flake color. This luxurious version comes with comfortable captain seats in the middle row, adding to the overall opulence.
In the YouTube video, after the delightful delivery, Vishakha proudly drives her new Toyota Innova Hycross back home, alongside her trusted old companion, the Mahindra Thar.
Towards the conclusion of the video, Rider Girl Vishakha showcases her impressive vehicle collection, which includes the newly-purchased Toyota Innova Hycross, her Mahindra Thar, and a Honda Mobilio. Additionally, she proudly displays her custom KTM Duke 390 and Royal Enfield Himalayan motorcycles, adding a touch of personalization to her prized possessions.
The Toyota Innova Hycross ZX(O) that Rider Girl Vishakha acquired comes equipped with a powerful 2.0-litre four-cylinder petrol-electric hybrid powertrain. This variant is packed with remarkable features, including a panoramic sunroof, powered driver’s seat with memory function, ventilated front seats, luxurious Ottoman seats in the second row, and advanced level-2 ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance Systems) technology. All of these elements contribute to a truly exceptional driving experience, making the Toyota Innova Hycross a remarkable addition to Vishakha’s collection.
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No diesel engine
The all-new Toyota Innova Hycross offers a departure from the powertrains seen in the Innova Crysta, introducing two impressive engine options. The first is a 2.0-litre naturally-aspirated petrol engine, capable of generating 172 bhp of power and 205 Nm of torque. The second option is a petrol-hybrid powertrain based on a 2.0-litre Atkinson cycle engine, delivering a remarkable 184 bhp of power and an impressive fuel efficiency of 21.1 km/l.
Toyota claims that the Innova Hycross can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in just 9.8 seconds. Unlike the Innova Crysta’s ladder-on-frame chassis, the Hycross adopts a more modern and lightweight monocoque frame derived from Toyota’s TNGA-C platform.
One of the notable features of the Innova Hycross is the inclusion of paddle shifters, a first for a car in its segment. The vehicle also comes equipped with a drive mode switch, allowing for electric-only driving, similar to the new Urban Cruiser Hyryder. Toyota’s confidence in the hybrid technology is reflected in their offer of an 8-year warranty on the battery pack used in the full hybrid system, providing peace of mind to the customers.