A glimpse of India's first modified Toyota Innova Crysta
Coimbatore-based KitUp Automotive is a name well known in the aftermarket modification sector. The firm has now come up with what is hailed as India’s...
Coimbatore-based KitUp Automotive is a name well known in the aftermarket modification sector. The firm has now come up with what is hailed as India’s first modified Toyota Innova Crysta and boy, it does look smart.
The mod job is based on the Innova Crysta 2.8 GD trim. Exterior is kitted up with silver meshing for the lower half of the hexagonal front grille, LED DRL strips for the fog light enclosures and a sporty bumper extension.
The premium people carrier also gets glossy black roof, side skirts and 18-inch alloy wheels with an elegant design. The rear gets a body-colored diffuser with pseudo quad tailpipes (chrome finished).
Inside, the already premium cabin is spruced up with tan colored leather upholstery for the lower part of the dashboard to match the seats. The floor console and door pads to get matching leather treatment. The rear seat passengers get individual entertainment displays that are mounted on front seats.
KitUp hasn’t fiddled with the Innova Crysta’s powertrain. The range-topping 2.8-litre diesel engine which is available exclusively with a 6-speed automatic transmission puts out an impressive 174 PS and 360 Nm of torque.
In a related news, Toyota Kirloskar Motor is gearing up to launch a petrol variant of its popular MPV to compensate for the Delhi diesel ban.
This article first appeared on Rushlane.com