Toyota Innova Crysta was first sold in 2016, in India.
The Innova has not received their now common ‘Crysta’ tag up to that point. The Japanese automotive major now lifted and launched a facelift on the Innova in Indonesia for the 2021 iteration of the MPV for future-proof purposes.
Next year Kijang Innova will travel to India. The Toyota Innova Crysta 2021 is known in Indonesia. Do not expect any significant changes, though, because this will only be a facelift – the Innova Crysta was new in 2016. Although the outgoing model may not differ radically, Toyota will not have trouble selling thousands of these. Since it is introduced in the Indian market, the innovation has led to the success of other MPVs But few people have tasted the Toyota Innova-like success.
So, what changes did Toyota make to its new Innova Crysta?
To start with, the front fascia has received some remarkable styling updates. The trapezoidal grid is larger than before (and more aggressive), now features five horizontal laths plus a broader chromium environment. The front bumper design has also been adjusted. It has a lower plane with integrated fog lamps, a fake silver skid plate, and vertically arranged to turn signals with a black triangular box. The headlights were upgraded from projector units to LED. The facelift has not changed the new Innova Crysta’s side profile significantly. However, for the 16-inch alloy wheels which have been finished in a dual-tone paint, you have a new design.
There are not almost as many distinctive modifications as the front behind the Toyota Innova Crysta facial lifts. The only things you will remember here are a little redesigned bumper and a black hexagonal trim on the back door. Apparently, that’s all about it. Naturally, nothing is in the stone, and the Indian model could have more (or less) styling tweaks than the Indonesian model. In general, its overall form-factor and proportion retain 2021 Toyota Innova Crysta. Whatever the importance of this facelift, the fact that the Innova is still an MPV can’t be ignored. That did not stop people from flocking to the showrooms, of course. The Toyota Innova has a respectable presence on India’s roads in a country that loves big high-speed cars.