TKM has not announced plans to update the Toyota Etios Cross, but if it intends to keep the Etios series in the market for another few years, here's how it could look.
The Etios Cross render incorporates the Rav4's LED trifecta (headlights, daytime running lights, and Hi-Lo headlights). The grille comes from the recently unveiled 2018 Toyota Rush, while the TRD Sportivo variant of the new Rush lends its front bumper. Other changes include smoother-looking body cladding on the doors and black roof rails in place of silver ones. The rest of the exterior is identical to the current model.
TKM launched facelifts of the Etios & Etios Liva in September last year. However, the Etios Cross is yet to receive any updates since its launch in May 2014. A couple of special editions have been launched, however, with the most recent one being the Etios Cross X-Edition in September 2017.
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Toyota offers the Etios Cross with three engine options - 1.2 L Petrol, 1.5 L Petrol, and a 1.4 L Diesel. A 5-speed manual transmission option is standard across the range. Prices start at INR 6.36 lakhs (ex-showroom Delhi) for the Etios Cross petrol range. Diesel variants are priced INR 7.51 lakhs (ex-showroom Delhi) onwards.