Toyota Urban Cruiser bookings to open on August 22nd, is based on the Maruti Vitara Brezza.
The compact SUV space will soon witness another entrant and this time it`s from the house of Toyota. The Japanese carmaker confirmed the launch of the sub-4-metre SUV which will be called the Urban Cruiser.
The company has released a teaser image of the upcoming SUV which is based on the Vitara Brezza platform. Online reports confirm that bookings for the Urban Cruiser will start from August 22, 2020. The new SUV will launch in September 2020.
Moreover, this will be the second product Toyota will be launching in partnership with Maruti Suzuki. The first product to come out of this alliance is the Glanza hatchback.
Under the skin, Toyota`s new compact SUV is a re-badged Vitara Brezza. However, it will feature significant cosmetic changes unlike the Glanza. The teaser image showcases the new front grille featuring the Toyota logo and bumper. Moreover, there won`t be any changes to its underpinnings.
Inside the cabin, the interiors of the Urban cruiser will be largely unchanged and similar to the Vitara Brezza. Feature wise both the SUVs will be identical with the SUV offering a touch screen infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, Projector headlights, automatic AC and much more.
The Urban Cruiser will gets its power from a 1.5 litre K-Series petrol motor featuring SHVS mild-hybrid technology. This engine produces 103 bhp of power and 138 Nm of twisting force mated to 5-speed MT or 4-speed automatic transmission. Apart from this, the new compact SUV from Toyota will feature new colours and redesigned alloy wheels.
Toyota Urban Cruiser Bookings
- Bookings for the Urban Cruiser to open on August 22, 2020
- Is based on the Vitara Brezza
- Slated to launch in September 2020
Stay tuned to Drivestreak.com for more Toyota news.
Also see- Upcoming Toyota cars in India
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