Toyota will reveal a completely new face at the Expo, quite literally. A facelifted Innova, Fortuner, Land Cruiser, Prius and an all-new Camry will be displayed in the Toyota hall.
The bold new Camry will be launched at the Auto Expo. The Japanese carmaker plans to assemble it from CKD kits so prices should drop considerably. A more refined 2.5-litre 174bhp VVT-i petrol engine mated to new six-speed manual and automatic transmissions will be the other changes to the Camry.
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The largest selling green car in the world too gets a facelift. Toyota will display the facelifted Prius that looks much sharper than the current model. The front bumper gets a larger air dam and an extra set of fog lamps. The lamp cluster in the headlights has been redesigned as has the detailing of the tail lamps. The dashboard gets a touchscreen and a new layout that looks a lot livelier than on the current Prius.
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The facelifted Innova has been substantially redesigned and now sports new headlights, front grille, bumpers and alloy wheels. The interior too has been spruced up with new upholstery, dashboard tones and a DVD player. These changes are carried out to target private car buyers looking for an attractive MPV.
The Fortuner too comes under the surgeon’s knife. The macho SUV has been a runaway success in India but Toyota isn’t resting on its laurels. In order to maintain its lead in its segment, Toyota has updated the Fortuner’s styling to include a wider chrome front grille, sharper looking new headlights, and a restyled front bumper among other things. A two-wheel-drive automatic variant has been added to its range too. There will also be a modified Corolla for the physically challenged at the Expo.
Further up the ladder, the Land Cruiser too receives a facelift. The fresh new face of Toyota makes the stand a must-visit at the Expo.