It will sit on the modular TNGA-C platform as it ditches the iMV ladder frame and switches to the traditional front-wheel drive layout. It will be retailed alongside the existing Innova Crysta and will use a hybrid petrol engine.

1. Toyota Innova Hycross

An all-new Fortuner is also reportedly under development and it will continue to use the body-on-frame construction to preserve its off-road capabilities.

2. New-Gen Toyota Fortuner

Honda is developing an all-new compact SUV based on the Amaze’s platform and a new 4.3-metre long midsize SUV based on the fifth generation City’s architecture for India.

3. Honda Midsize SUV

Toyota could tuck in a new SUV below the Innova in the near future targeting the likes of Ertiga and Carens. While not much is known about the C-segment MPV, we can expect it to take advantage of Toyota’s expertise in the hybrid field to offer a fuel-efficient powertrain.

4. Toyota C-MPV

This could very well become the first cross badged Toyota vehicle offered to Maruti Suzuki and it will take advantage of Maruti Suzuki’s popularity in the MPV space as the Ertiga still rules its segment with ease

5. Maruti Version Of Rebadged Toyota C-MPV