Given how important it is for Toyota and Maruti to challenge the dominance of Hyundai and Kia in the segment for the upcoming Toyota Hyryder mid-size SUV, it’s time to get all the news on the internet.
Toyota Hyryder (code name D22), this digital version receives several design elements from Suzuki Vitara. Vitara was sold in India a few years ago and is still an outstanding product in the Suzuki International Fleet. Therefore, it makes sense to create this illustration of Hyryder with some of its elements and something we can really witness. The official presentation is scheduled for July 1, 2022, and a slightly different version of Maruti will be released soon.
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Toyota Hyryder based on Suzuki Vitara
The overall projection of this Hyryder is very smooth and modern. The design philosophy is very much in line with the general design language of the Japanese automaker. The narrow chrome belt on the front grille is perfectly integrated into the LED DRL housed in the bumper, the main headlights are housed in a bumper that represents a modern design choice, with a large front grille over a gray splitter / slip panel. at the bottom. These elements give a sporty position to the front.
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There are no visible creases on the sides, but the chrome body casing looks very elegant, the side supports are painted and so is the roof. The roof rails are not too big and the shark blade antenna is visible from the side. At the top of the windows there is a unique chrome belt. The wheel arches are very deep and the alloy wheel design is also great. From the side, it seems that the SUV has a sufficient ground clearance. Let’s see if Toyota decides to include any of these design models in the production version.
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Although the exact specifications of the Toyota Hyryder are unknown, it has been confirmed that the SUV will come with two 1.5-liter petrol versions with a hybrid system. One has a soft hybrid system, while the other has a powerful or fully hybrid power unit capable of running short distances with clean electricity. The SUV is also based on the DNGA platform, which is a cheap alternative to the sophisticated TNGA platform. This is similar to how the VW Group uses the MQB-A0-IN instead of the MQB platform for vehicles for India. Tell us if you like this digital iteration of the upcoming Toyota Hyryder, which received design marks from Suzuki Vitara.