Modified Toyota Innova Crysta with aero-kit – In 12 Images

Posted on: Aug 5, 2016 - 12:16pm IST

Bodykit created by Kit Up Automotive.

Kit Up Automotive has come up with a full-fledged customization package for the Toyota Innova Crysta, which adds a dynamic appeal to the full-size MPV’s styling. This is India’s first customized Innova Crysta.

Modified Toyota Innova Crysta front three quarter In Images
The bodykit further enhances the styling of the Innova Crysta, rather than changing it completely.

For the exterior, the bodykit further enhances the styling of the Innova Crysta, rather than changing it completely. The hexagonal grille now features a bright silver mesh pattern, additional LED DRL accents around the foglamps, extended front bumper with mesh inserts, 18 inch alloy wheels, side skirts, gloss black roof, rear spoiler and a faux diffuser housing a quarter of chrome-finished exhaust pipes.

Inside, Kit Up keeps the stock look of the Innova Crysta Z grade, but slightly uplifts the interior for a more premium feel. Like the seats, the dashboard adopts a dual tone tan and black color combination, tan-finished floor console, leather upholstery on the door trim and an entertainment system for rear passengers with displays mounted on the driver and front passenger seats.

Modified Toyota Innova Crysta front row In Images
Like the seats, the dashboard adopts a dual tone tan and black color combination.

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No changes have been made under the hood. The Innova Crysta is available with a 2.8L GD turbo-diesel engine that produces 174 PS & 360 Nm of torque, and is paired to a 6-speed automatic gearbox. There’s also a less powerful 2.4L GD diesel engine with 149 PS & 343 Nm of torque, which is mated to a 5-speed manual gearbox.

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