Toyota Next Gen Camry

Next Gen Camry

Next Gen Camry

Estimated Price : ₹ 45 Lakh - ₹ 50 Lakh

Expected Launch : November 2024

Key Specifications

Mileage Upto 25 kmpl
Engine 2.4L Turbocharged Hybrid Engine
BHP Upto 236 bhp
Transmission Automatic
Fuel Hybrid
Seats 5
Mileage: Upto 25 kmpl
Engine: 2.4L Turbocharged Hybrid Engine
BHP: Upto 236 bhp
Transmission: Automatic
Fuel: Hybrid
Seats: 5

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 New Toyota Fortuner - Top 5 Things To Know
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New Toyota Fortuner - Top 5 Things To Know

Japanese automaker, Toyota, is planning to launch multiple new SUVs in the Indian market in the next 2-3 years. The company is working on a new 7-seater version of the Urban Cruiser Hyryder, which is likely to be launched sometime in late 2025. Adding to it, the company will introduce the new generation Fortuner SUV that is reportedly under development. Moreover, a more affordable or mini Fortuner (rumoured to be called FJ Cruiser) is also expected to make its way to our market. In this article, we talk about the top 5 things we know about the upcoming new Toyota Fortuner. New Platform The current Fortuner is designed and developed on the ladder-on-frame chassis, called the IMV, which also underpins the Innova Crysta. The next-gen Fortuner will be designed and developed on an all-new TNGA-F platform, which is flexible enough to accommodate different body styles and multiple engine options including ICE and hybrid. This architecture currently underpins multiple global cars including the Lexus LX500d, Land Cruiser 300 and the Tacoma pickup. This platform supports a wheelbase length of 2,850-4,180mm. This single platform for multiple-sized vehicles will help Toyota in reducing cost, and development time and achieving considerable gains in economies of scale. New Toyota Fortuner Styling The new-gen Fortuner SUV will share its styling cues from the Tacoma pick-up, which is already on sale in global markets. The Tacoma has an aggressive front bumper design to accommodate improved off-road elements, and the same is expected in the new Fortuner. It is likely to have wider fender flares, a flattened-bonnet with strong creases, prominent cladding around the flared wheel arches and a skid plate. ADAS Tech, Electric Steering, VSC The new-gen Fortuner will come with an advanced driver assistance system (ADAS) suite with features like automatic emergency braking, adaptive cruise control, lane assist, automatic parking assist, blind spot detection, and forward collision warning. The SUV will also receive Vehicle Stability Control (VSC) system, which will mitigate skidding and rollover risks. Instead of the traditional hydraulic unit, the new Fortuner will be fitted with an electric power steering. Mild-hybrid diesel Engine With all-new Fortuner, Toyota will add a new diesel engine with mild hybrid system. It is likely to be powered by a 1GD-FTV 2.8-litre 4-cylinder turbo diesel engine with an integrated starter generator (ISG). Rumoured to be called the GD hybrid, the mild hybrid diesel engine is expected to offer higher fuel efficiency and added torque on demand. It will come with an engine start/stop system. The mild hybrid system collects kinetic energy during braking or deceleration that can offer an additional torque under acceleration. Not just higher fuel efficiency, the new Fortuner is also likely to offer improved power and torque. In the global markets, the SUV could also receive a 2.4L turbo petrol engine or a 2.4L hybrid turbo petrol engine. New Toyota Fortuner Launch Timeline The new-gen Fortuner is expected to make its global debut sometime in 2025. However, Toyota is yet to make an official announcement on the same. We expect the new Fortuner to arrive in our market by the end of 2025 or in 2026. Also Read: 5 Upcoming Maruti Suzuki Cars, SUVs In 2024-25

 Toyota Corolla Cross: Top 5 Things to Know
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Toyota Corolla Cross: Top 5 Things to Know

One of the most anticipated products from Toyota Kirloskar Motors happens to be the Corolla Cross. In India, the first glimpse of the vehicle (in the form of a H2 Concept) was provided at last year’s Auto Expo 2023. However, the Indian introduction by the manufacturer is yet to be confirmed. For the time being, let us take a closer look at this versatile and stylish crossover to determine its exterior, interior, safety and powertrain offerings. Stylish Design From a design perspective, unlike other product offerings within the Japanese automakers' product portfolio, this particular model will be different in its outlook. It will offer a crossover silhouette with striking features. While the global model receives a facelift with notable changes such as a redesigned grille and refined front bumper, the India-spec version is likely to retain these updates. In addition, a new trim piece will seamlessly integrate the updated headlamp design with the iconic Toyota emblem at the centre. This will give the entire front end a stylish appeal. Upgraded Interior The India-made Corolla Cross will boast a fancy interior, showcasing a cutting-edge digital cockpit setup. This setup will provide a 10.1-inch touchscreen infotainment system along with a 12.3-inch instrument cluster. Additionally, it will come equipped with a brand-new panoramic sunroof featuring an electric sunshade. Loaded With Safety As far as safety goes, it will provide equipment such as Sense Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) suite. This system uses radar technology to anticipate and mitigate potential collisions, thereby enhancing the overall safety of the vehicle and its occupants. Powertrain Globally, the Corolla Cross is available with a 1.8-litre petrol engine (136 bhp) or a 1.8-litre petrol-hybrid (120 bhp). Speculations are that the Indian model will receive the same set of engine options. As for the transmission choices, the petrol variants will be mated with a CVT automatic transmission and its petrol-hybrid trims will be paired to an e-CVT gearbox.  Also Read: Hyundai Creta N-Line: What We Know So Far

Toyota Starts Testing Hilux EV Ahead Of Thailand Launch
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Toyota Starts Testing Hilux EV Ahead Of Thailand Launch

Images have surfaced online of the Toyota Hilux EV pickup truck ahead of its 2025 launch in Thailand. The four-wheeler is in its last phase of testing before mass production begins. Toyota may consider exports at a later stage. Earlier reports had suggested that Toyota pulled the plug on the electric vehicle.  Notably, more than half of cars sold in Thailand are pickups. “Our intention is to be producing the Hilux Battery Electric Vehicle (BEV) over here,” said a senior Toyota official who did not reveal the production volume and pricing. Last year, Toyota sold over 30,000 hybrid cars occupying about an 11.5% chunk of its overall sales there. The Hilux EV was first showcased in 2022 as the Hilux Revo BEV concept. Official power and battery specifications and range are yet to be disclosed by the Japanese car brand. According to our estimates, the Hilux EV will get a four-wheel drive system as standard with batteries on each of the two axles. Rivals of Toyota’s upcoming EV will include the Isuzu D-Max EV boasting 177 horsepower and 325 Newton metres of torque from a 66.9 kWh cell pack. Toyota sells the Hilux diesel in India at a starting price of Rs. 30.40 lakh, with the top-model priced at Rs. 37.90 lakh, ex-showroom. Also read Mahindra BE.05 Electric SUV Interior Spied

Toyota Stopped Bookings for Innova Hycross ZX, ZX (O) Variants
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Toyota Stopped Bookings for Innova Hycross ZX, ZX (O) Variants

Toyota has temporarily stopped bookings for the top-spec variants - ZX & ZX (O) of Innova Hycross. The automaker first halted the bookings for both these variants in April 2023 due to supply-related issues and then resumed it after a year. Priced at Rs 30.34 lakh for ZX and Rs 30.98 lakh (ex-showroom) for ZX (O), both variants have been in high demand. Bookings Stopped Due to High Waiting Period Undoubtedly, the hybrid and non-hybrid trims of the Innova Hycross have been bestsellers since launch. Though the bookings of the high-end trims, ZX & ZX(O) have halted, the hybrid option is available with the VX and VX(O) variants. These are priced from Rs 25.97 lakh (ex-showroom). However, the hybrid options have a waiting period of over 14 months, depending on the location. The hybrid Hycross is available with VX, VX (O), ZX, and ZX(O) variants. These trims are powered by a 2.0-litre petrol-hybrid engine. The power output of this petrol-hybrid unit is rated at 184 bhp and is paired with an e-CVT gearbox. Meanwhile its 2.0-litre, 4-cylinder petrol unit can produce 171 bhp with 209 Nm of torque, paired with a CVT gearbox. Toyota Innova Hycross GX (O) The MPV also recently received a non-hybrid GX (O) variant, priced at Rs 20.99 lakh (ex-showroom). This option is offered with a 7 and 8-seat layout and is powered by a 2.0-litre petrol mill. Also Read: 2024 Maruti Suzuki Swift CNG to Launch in Coming Months

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