The new SUV will be based on the Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza and a launch is expected to be sometime during the festival season between late August and early September.
This will be the car’s second proper update since 2013, but the car was introduced in India only in 2018. It did get a minor revision since then, but the new Yaris will get a more wholesome update.
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The Camry will now come with a price tag of Rs 1.14 lakh while the Vellfire is dearer by Rs 4 lakh.
The Toyota Yaris in the fleet essentially replaces the Etios, a sedan that was discontinued in April.
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The country's largest carmaker Maruti Suzuki India (MSI) expects demand to shift towards lower-priced cars in the post-lockdown scenario.
Camry is only rivalled by the Skoda Superb in the Indian market, which is also due for an emissions norms upgrade. It is powered by the same 2.5-litre petrol engine mated to an electric motor.
Toyota is planning on using the Vitara Brezza as the base for its compact SUV in India, the Urban Cruiser. For this, Maruti Suzuki has announced that the approval for the supply of the Vitara Brezza has been given and will start shortly.
The automaker said the Rs 20 lakh crore financial package announced by the government would encourage industry to resume business operations.
The expected damage to Toyota's bottom line highlights how carmakers will struggle to recover from the virus in the coming months as they gradually restart factories after curbs on public movement prevented workers in many countries from commuting.
Toyota Motor Corporation and Suzuki Motor Corporation had already signed an MoU to explore opportunities and just last year, the two auto manufacturers decided to share models for the Indian markets.
The cars, at the moment, are specific to the Japanese market, and there is no word from Toyota if the cars will make their way to Indian shores.
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Toyota just recently pulled the plug on the Etios sedan and at the moment, the Yaris is the only sedan the company has on offer on Indian shores.
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The sub-4-metre SUV should share many components with the Vitara Brezza Facelift.
The Japanese automaker, which operates 12 vehicle and vehicle components factories in China, said it would extend its production stoppage "after considering various factors, including guidelines from local and region governments, parts supply, and logistics."
"Given the various factors including the guidelines by the local and regional governments and parts supply situation, as of January 29, we have decided to halt operations in our plants in China until February 9," a Toyota spokesman told AFP.