The Etios Cross is based on the Liva hatchback and has the same ground clearance, wheelbase and turning radius.
The interior will be familiar to owners of the Liva hatchback. The instrument cluster is centrally mounted and the cabin gets an all black finish with a gloss and matte finish giving a more refined look.
It commands attention with these stylish 12 spoke alloys.
The upholstery on the seats have been embroidered with the 'Etios Cross' logo giving the interior its own unique identity.
The exterior has been given a more rugged look by the addition of plastic cladding to the sides and wheel arches, beefed up bumpers, skid plates, bull bar and roof rails.
The top end %u2018V%u2019 and %u2018VD%u2019 trims get an audio system with aux-in and Bluetooth capabilities along with steering mounted audio controls and a steering wheel wrapped in leather. The %u2018V%u2019 and %u2018VD%u2019 variants will be getting dual airbags while ABS is available on all versions except the %u2018G%u2019 trim.
Toyota India today has launched its Etios Cross compact crossover in India at Rs 5.76 lakh, ex-Delhi.
The Etios Cross comes in four variants, two for the petrol and two for the diesel respectively. Petrol variants are named 'G' and 'V' while the diesel ones are named as 'GD' and 'VD'.
The rear end gets a roof spoiler augmenting the overall visual appearance of the vehicle.