Toyota Hyryder Compact Suv Might Launch Soon On July 1

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Toyota Hyryder Compact Suv Might Launch Soon On July 1

Toyota Hyryder- Veteran Japanese automaker Toyota is in a lot of headlines about its SUV. The curtain will be raised from this on July 1. Let us tell you here that the company has not made any disclosure about the name of the upcoming mid-size SUV, nor has much information about the features revealed. If reports are to be believed, Toyota has named the upcoming car as Toyota Hyrider. At the same time, according to reports, a 1.5 petrol engine can be given in it. You will also get mild and strong hybrid technology in this upcoming car.

The version with mild hybrid technology will get the option of manual and automatic gearbox, while the version with strong hybrid technology uses an e-CVT unit. Experts believe that this Toyota vehicle will be the first car in this segment in which all wheel drive system (AWD) will be given. These features will be reserved only for mild hybrid power train. For information, let us tell you that in 2014, all wheel drive system was given in Renault Duster but later it was removed after 6 years.

The upcoming Toyota car is also expected to get a strong hybrid setup with self-charging and front wheel drive system. This complete setup will help in improving fuel efficiency as well as reduce carbon emissions. Experts believe that the Toyota High Rider will be able to generate 103 PS of peak power. Apart from this, if we talk about the strong hybrid version, then this version will be capable of delivering 116 PS of peak power.

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This upcoming car can come with 6-speed manual gearbox or 6-speed torque converter automatic transmission. At the same time, an e-CVT gearbox will also be given in the Strong Hybrid. Attractive features can be seen in this mid-size SUV of the upcoming Toyota. A large floating touchscreen infotainment system will be given in it. Apart from this, there will also be latest smartphone connectivity, heads up display, instrument cluster with green dial, 360 degree camera, connected car talk, ventilated front seats and six airbags.

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  1. The strong hybrid won’t have a all wheel drive in any variant is surprising- it should at-least be an optional feature for those of us living in the hills!

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