Currently, there is a waiting period of up to four months on the Innova Crysta; TKM planning to ramp-up production in the future.
Toyota has announced that the new Innova Crysta has recieved 20,000 bookings since launch and currently there is a waiting period of up to four months on the car.
Interestingly, there is higher demand for the Innova Crysta’s top-end ZX variant which is equipped with an automatic transmission version and costs Rs 20.78 lakh (ex-showroom). The base variant is priced at Rs 13.84 lakh. The earlier-generation Innova did not have an auto transmission option. The company is currently producing 7,000 units per month at its Bidadi plant and is looking to ramp-up production.
Speaking at Chennai today at the opening of the Toyota Driving School, he elaborated that the focus will be on the company’s existing customers and taking care of them and also making TKM more competitive in India. The third focus area will be “to develop our human resources in India at global standards. We do not want to only export vehicles but also export people from India as well,” said Tachibana.