Toyota Taisor, Based in Maruti Fronx, Launched Today: What’s anticipated?

Today is the Taisor’s launch day for Toyota. It signifies Toyota’s return to the sub-4 metre SUV/crossover market following the 2022 withdrawal of the Urban Cruiser, which was based on the Maruti Vitara Brezza. Similar to the Urban Cruiser, Maruti will have redesigned the Taisor.

Based on the Maruti Fronx, the forthcoming Toyota-branded subcompact crossover is most likely going to take cues from its cousin Maruti for most of its design, according to the most recent teaser image issued by the Japanese automaker. A brief preview of what to anticipate from the rebranded Fronx is given here.

Toyota Taisor: Anticipated external design

Many visual elements regarding the Taisor are revealed in the teaser that was released a few days ago. For example, the Fronx appears to have been directly inspired by the front grille with honeycomb mesh grille. The modern LED DRLs and the dual-LED projector headlights that flank the front grille also look good. The Fronx’s front and back bumpers, bonnet scoop, tailboard form and profile are all the same.

The taillights with the connected LED strip in the middle give the vehicle a somewhat different appearance. Toyota is likely to provide a variety of alloy wheel styles. In general, Taisor and Taisor will nearly be identical twins.

Toyota Taisor: Anticipated features & interiors

Given that Maruti is the one building it, Taisor is most likely to have the same feature set and interior design as Fronx. This features a head-up display, 360-degree camera, wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, a 9-inch infotainment system with Arkamys music system, wireless phone charging, and automated climate management. Taisor’s safety kit will come with six airbags, ISOFIX child seat mounts, ESP as standard equipment, hill-hold assist control, and all three-point seat belts.

Toyota Taisor: Anticipated power figures

Similar to Fronx, Taisor is anticipated to include a 1.2-liter normally aspirated and a 1-liter turbocharged petrol option. The 1.2-liter engine, which generates 89 horsepower and 113 Nm of torque and is paired with an AMT and a 5-speed manual gearbox, will remain the mainstay. The Taisor manual should yield about 21.79 kmpl and the AMT 22.89 kmpl, according to the Fronx ARAI estimates.

The 1.0-liter Boosterjet turbocharged petrol engine is an option for those looking for a little extra performance. This mill has a 5-speed manual and a 6-speed automatic torque converter with paddle shifters, and it produces 99 horsepower and 147.6 Nm. The mileage for the automatic should be 20.01 km/l and the manual should be around 21.5 km/l.

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