Toyota Hyryder SUV leaked ahead of July 1 debut, possibly a Creta challenger
Toyota Hyryder SUV has been making a buzz in the Indian market for the last few weeks. Ahead of its slated debut on 1st July, the SUV has been leaked online. The image shows the car during a TVC shoot. This is the first time, the compact SUV has been spotted in its production form. The Toyota Hyryder comes as a result of the partnership between two Japanese auto giants - Suzuki and Toyota.
Speaking about the design revealed by the leaked image, the Toyota Hyryder comes with a bold front fascia that is in line with the contemporary models from the brand. It gets sleek and curvy headlamps, and integrated LED daytime running lights. The headlamps come with a sleek chrome trim that connects the brand logo positioned at the centre of the front profile.
The front bumper appears bold looking with a large air intake and flanked by fog lamps positioned at the black housing. A thick skid plate is also there. However, it is not clear, if the skid plate is functional or just a showpiece. Toyota Hyryder is expected to be based on the localized version of the automaker's TNGA-B modular monocoque architecture. It would be built locally at the automaker's Bidadi plant in Karnataka.
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Toyota is yet to reveal any detail about the specification of this upcoming SUV. However, the Indian market spec model could get power from a 1.5-litre K15B petrol engine sourced from Maruti Suzuki. This engine is likely to come with a hybrid system. Transmission options are likely to include a six-speed manual and a six-speed automatic unit.