There is some amazing news for Toyota car enthusiasts, passerby’s have spotted a spy Cayla mini-MPV, now this is a spectacular surprise, going by the popularity levels of Innova MPV. The public is surely going to wonder about the Cayla MPV, how it is going to look, and how luxurious and powerful it is going to be.
It is wonderful nspied Cayla MPV, and you can expect nothing but aesthetic exteriors. The design of the car is inspired from Agya hatchback a popular car in Indonesia. Toyota is in the very near future going to launch the car in Indonesia and it will be placed between Avanza MPV and Agya.
The Cayla mini MPV is going to be the perfect family car, and sources say the vehicle is big enough to fit in seven occupants. There is no report finalized about an Indian launch, and we are hoping that Toyota will introduce the car in India, it is going to an ideal vehicle to comfort a large group of family and friends.
The manufacturing process will happen in Indonesia and will have high level of localization, the petrol vehicle is likely to be fitted with a potent 1.2-liter engine, the same unit used in Etios and it yields fierce energies of 103.9NM and 80PS power and is connected to five-speed automatic or manual transmission geatic or manual transmission gearbox. The petrol car will have an efficient displacement capacity that ranges between 980cc and 1,200cc.
An image of Cayla is on the web and it looks like a classic mini MPV, it has a neatly structured exterior architecture, with trendy looking headlight, grille and bonnet. The side view looks amazing as well, like a perfect young looking MPV. If Toyota launches the car in India, it is going to be a fierce contends going to be a fierce contender to Honda Mobilio, Renault Lodgy and Maruti Suzuki Ertiga. After reading about news of spied Cayla MPV and sources contemplating an Indian launch, a majority of the public will surely want the car to arrive in Indian showrooms.
Now coming to the hot topic of discussion, will Toyota launch Cayla in India, sometime in the near future. Automobile companies are disturbed by the new diesel vehicle regulation in India, that states vehicles with over 2,000cc engine should be banned, and Toyota is among the firms that is not in favor of this policy to an extent that it is uncertain about future growth and has even withheld future launches. If the car is fitted with 1.5-liter engine adopted from Etios, then it is likely to have displacement power that is less than 2000cc, and if it is the case we can hope for an Indian launch.
Let us wait and see whether there are reports about Toyota introducing Cayla in India, going by the increased competition power across various segments, it is likely to happen. The company recently launched Crysta, and if Cayla launches in India, the combination of Crysta and Cayla will make Toyota a highly fierce contender of the MPV market.