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Toyota Etios Cross Dynamique limited edition leaked ahead of imminent launch

Toyota Etios Cross Dynamique limited edition features leaked
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The limited edition is aimed at creating a spike in otherwise mundane sales performance.

Details of the Toyota Etios Cross Dynamique limited edition model with spruced up interior and exterior have been leaked via what looks like a brochure scan. The name Dynamique was earlier registered by Toyota Kirloskar Motor, indicating that a special edition model is in the works.

The Etios Cross Dynamique is available in Inferno Orange and White exterior color options. Changes to the exterior are limited to black accents on the roof racks, ORVMs and door handles in addition to a ‘Dynamique’ badge on the C-Pillar. Inside, the upholstery receives dual-tone treatments depending on the exterior color option.

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The Etios Cross competes with Hyundai i20 Active and Fiat Avventura.

Orange car gets black and orange combination for the steering wheel, seat covers and floor mats. In the white car, orange interior accents are replaced by grege hue. The foot wells are illuminated in orange or blue, again depending on the exterior color. The gear knob gets piano black and chrome finish. In terms of equipment, the Etios Cross Dynamique gains reverse parking sensors. Rest of the package continues unaltered.

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The instant crossover based on the Etios Liva hatchback is powered by one diesel engine and two petrol engines. The base 1.2-litre petrol engine is good for 80 PS and 104 Nm of torque. The TRD Sportivo variant is powered by a 1.5-litre petrol engine which has 90 PS and 132 Nm of torque in store. The diesel motor is a 1.4-litre unit which is tuned to produce 68 Nm and 170 Nm of torque.

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