Maruti Suzuki is all set to launch the Invicto, a rebadged version of the Toyota Innova HyCross, on July 5th. The MPV has started arriving at dealerships, and bookings have already begun for a token amount of Rs. 25,000. Ahead of the official launch, the car has been spotted undisguised in a white shade.
The Invicto will feature several changes over the Innova HyCross, including a new grille with the Suzuki logo, new diamond-cut alloy wheels, and a darker shade of tail lights. The interior is also expected to be similar to the Innova HyCross but with some tweaks in the colour tones.
Maruti Suzuki will be offering the Invicto with only the 2.0-litre strong hybrid petrol engine. There will be two variants on offer, Zeta and Alpha. The pricing of the Invicto is expected to be comparable to the Innova HyCross, but Maruti Suzuki will pay Toyota a royalty for the rebadged MPV.
Here are some of the key differences between the Invicto and the Innova HyCross:
- The Invicto will have a new grille with the Suzuki logo.
- The Invicto will have new diamond-cut alloy wheels.
- The Invicto will have a darker shade of tail lights.
- The interior of the Invicto is expected to be similar to the Innova HyCross but with some tweaks in the colour tones.
- The Invicto will only be offered with the 2.0-litre strong hybrid petrol engine.
- The Invicto will have two variants, Zeta and Alpha.
The pricing of the Invicto is expected to be more or less the same as the Innova HyCross. We expect Invicto to be a popular choice in the Indian market. It offers a spacious and comfortable interior, a powerful engine, and good fuel economy.
The Invicto is expected to compete with the likes of the Mahindra XUV700, Kia Carnival, and Toyota Fortuner. The launch of the Invicto is a significant move by Maruti Suzuki. The company is looking to expand its presence in the premium MPV segment, and Invicto is expected to be a strong contender.