The debut of the rebadged Toyota Innova HyCross has been confirmed by Mr R.C. Bhargava, Chairman of Maruti Suzuki. By July, the high-end MPV is anticipated to be released.
A depiction has been created to demonstrate how it may appear while dressed as Maruti. We expect that both the exterior and interior will remain mostly unchanged. A new grille will be added to the front profile, drawing inspiration from the current batch of Marutis. Of course, a new logo will be created. It's possible that the front and rear bumpers and other soft components will change.
The interior won't change, although the upholstery may get a new colour scheme, and the steering wheel will still have the Maruti Suzuki emblem. It remains to be seen if the same features will be provided or if the equipment list for Maruti will include any modifications or omissions.
The same petrol and powerful hybrid engine options will be available. No diesel engine will be available; Toyota doesn't even provide one with the new Innova HyCross. It will be made at Toyota's Bidadi factory in Karnataka and given to Maruti Suzuki. The upmarket MPV will be sold across the Indian markets through the NEXA network.