Toyota Kirloskar Motor is planning to make cosmetic changes and add features to the Innova Crysta and Touring Sport and the Fortuner, as reported by Autosarena. The company launched the new Innova Crysta and Fortuner last year, while the sportier version of Innova - Touring Sport was introduced this year. The Innova Crysta's lower variant G with a manual transmission will get rear air conditioning vents, while the GX variant MT/AT will get rear armrest and cup holder on its 8-seater trim, along with door ajar warning and driver seat adjustment. The second last trim VX MT will get LED fog lamps and an infotainment system with navigation. The top end variant Z with MT/AT will get LED Fog lamps. On the other hand, the Touring Sport's lower variant will now come with a 6-speed manual transmission instead of the 5-speed manual gearbox. In addition, it will get idle/start stop system and an infotainment system with navigation. The top end variant of Innova Crysta will come with idle start/stop and LED fog lamps.
Another popular SUV in the company's stable, the Fortuner will get upgrades across its variants, such as the diesel trim with manual or automatic transmission will get LED fog lamps, while, the automatic variant will get start/stop function only. The petrol variant with manual or automatic gearbox will get LED fog lamps and Toyota will also offer a 'Sportivo' kit for the automatic diesel variants.
After the recent announcement of additional cess on luxury vehicles, the booking of these vehicles has seen a considerable increase. In August 2017, the company registered a decrease of 6.86 percent in its total sales. The manufacturer sold 13,081 units in last month as compared to 14,045 units in same month last year.