In the dynamic landscape of the Indian automobile market, Toyota Motor Corporation has always been a brand synonymous with reliability and innovation. Despite not having the most extensive lineup compared to its competitors, Toyota is setting the stage to enrich its presence with an array of new launches over the next few years.

For Toyota enthusiasts and prospective car buyers, the anticipation is building up. Here’s a detailed glimpse into the future offerings from Toyota in India, promising to cater to a wide range of preferences and needs.

Toyota Taisor: A Unique Crossover SUV

Kicking off the upcoming launches, Toyota plans to unveil the Toyota Taisor, a crossover SUV that marks a unique offering in the Indian market. This model is set to be a badge-engineered version based on the popular Maruti Suzuki Fronx, a testament to the enduring partnership between Toyota and Maruti Suzuki. Slated for launch around April this year, the Taisor aims to differentiate itself with exterior modifications like redesigned front and rear bumpers.

Under the hood, the Taisor will inherit the Maruti Fronx’s engine options, including a 1.2-litre naturally-aspirated petrol engine and a 1.0-litre turbocharged petrol engine, with both manual and automatic transmission options. Furthermore, there’s speculation about a CNG variant, offering an eco-friendly alternative to traditional fuel options.

Toyota Fortuner Hybrid: The Anticipated Revolution

The Toyota Fortuner Hybrid is next in line, stirring excitement with its promise of blending power with sustainability. While an official launch date remains under wraps, leaked images suggest a revamped design with a new grille and fascia that draws comparisons to the MG Gloster.

The highlight of this model is its hybrid powertrain, combining a 2.8-litre diesel engine with a 48V mild-hybrid system, potentially borrowed from the Innova Hycross’s strong hybrid system. This move signifies Toyota’s commitment to eco-friendly innovations.

Toyota Urban EV SUV: Embracing Electric Mobility

In its quest to reduce carbon emissions, Toyota is gearing up to introduce an all-electric SUV, the Urban EV SUV, based on the Maruti Suzuki eVX platform. Expected to debut around mid-2025, this vehicle underscores Toyota’s focus on sustainable mobility.

The Urban SUV EV concept will share the 27PL skateboard platform with the Maruti Suzuki eVX, promising both front and all-wheel-drive options. With anticipated battery options of 60 kWh and a smaller 48 kWh, it aims to offer a competitive range, aligning with the global shift towards electric vehicles.

Toyota Urban Cruiser Hyryder Seven-Seater: Expanding Family Adventures

Building on the success of the hybrid mid-size SUV, the Urban Cruiser Hyryder, Toyota is expected to launch a seven-seater version. This extension aims to cater to larger families or those seeking more spacious interiors without compromising on performance.

Likely to carry over the same powertrain options as the current model, the seven-seater variant will offer a choice between a naturally aspirated petrol engine paired with an eCVT gearbox and a mild-hybrid powertrain with a manual gearbox and an all-wheel-drive system

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