With the BS6 emission norms coming into play it has almost changed the world of the Indian automobile industry. These new stringent emission laws warrant to some significant improvements in all IC type engines. Although the new norms didn’t go too well with the diesel mill as the limits that were imposed were more stringent and complicated.
This eventually led to almost every carmaker to drop their existing and future diesel line-ups and the main reason cited for the automobile manufacturers to drop their diesel mills was that the new BS6 updated diesel engine would have been a tad bit more expensive compared to its BS4 counterparts as it would require more tweaks than its previous model.
So with that said a new test mule which is rumoured to be the all-new 2020 Toyota Innova Crysta CNG has been spotted testing by, none other than Rushlane. Additionally, Japanese carmaker Toyota is also working on a new slightly tweaked 2.7-litre petrol mill which is set to make its debut on the next-facelifted model of the Innova series. With Toyota testing such models we can surely expect them to launch at least one of the models on the coming months.
However, other details about the 2020 Toyota Innova Crysta CNG are scarce but it is expected that the soon to launch bi-fuel variant will see a subtle drop in its output while running on CNG.
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Currently, the Toyota Innova Crysta supports a 2.7-litre four-cylinder naturally aspirated petrol unit capable of generating 166 hp with 245 Nm of peak torque while paired to a standard 5-speed manual and an optional 6-speed automatic transmission.