The highly anticipated Toyota Innova Crysta MPV is expected to be launched in the Indian market sometime later this year, but with spy shots, videos and information sourced from the Indonesian -spec models, we have managed to provide you with a very detailed look at what the upcoming MPV will be like. Now, we can also give you an insight into the safety aspects of the car. The Indonesian-spec of the next-generation Toyota Innova was recently subjected to the ASEAN-NCAP crash test. The MPV managed to garner a 14.10 score out of 16 points during the crash test and received a 4-star safety rating out of 5-stars, because the car is not offered with Electronic Stability Control (ESC) as standard, which happens to be mandatory to achieve a 5-star rating.
Toyota Innova Crysta finds its foundation in the same ladder platform, which has made its way into the underpinning of the next-generation Toyota Fortuner. Powering the upcoming MPV will be an all-new 2.4-litre 2GD FTV four-cylinder diesel engine. The powerplant will be capable of producing 149PS of power output and 342Nm of peak torque. The diesel unit will come coupled to a standard five-speed manual transmission with an option for an all-new six-speed automatic gearbox. The top-end model of Toyota Innova Crysta will feature other safety features like ABS, EBD, 7 airbags and Brake assist. Dual- front airbags will come as standard throughout the range of variants.