Toyota Vellfire to be launched in India soon, give collision to Mercedes

Jul 18 2019 10:19 PM
Toyota Vellfire to be launched  in India soon, give collision to Mercedes

Toyota is preparing to bring the new car into the country. It will be the luxury 7-seat MPV (Multi-Parge Vehicle) Vellfire from the Innova. The company has recently showcased Toyota Vellfire at a private event. The Welcome offered at the event is similar to the model sold in the South Asian market. Toyota Velfire can be imported fully built in India by CBU (Fully Built Unit). Let us know the full details

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According to a report, toyota's private event has been shown to the premium car company's dealers. Some photos of the Toyota Velfire presented at the event and its brochure have been leaked. In terms of look, this premium MPV features a chrome grille with split headlamps and thick chrome stripe with LED daytime running lights. The MPV has a large airdam with triangler fog lamp pods on either side. It also has out-side rear view mirrors with integrated turn signals. The interior of this premium MPV of Toyota is in black colour. On its dashboard will find Fox Wood Finish. The center console features a silver finish with a touchscreen infotainment system and AC modules. In addition, the Velfire features leather-wooden finish multi-function steering veal and twin-pod instrument clusters.

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For your information, this premium MPV will have ventilated and heated seats that will feature memory and re-climbing. It also offers features such as leather upholstery, power side and rear door, twin monoroof, sunshades, ambient lighting, seat tables, automatic climate control, personal spot lights and 7-airbags.  The Toyota Velfier in India is expected to be launched with a 2.5-litre, petrol-hybrid engine. The engine will be equipped with a constitutable variable transmission (CVT). Reports say Toyota's luxury 7-seat car is expected to be launched in the Indian market by October. It will be priced around Rs 75 lakh. The car will rival Mercedes' premium MPV V-Class in the market.

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