On Wednesday, Toyota Kirloskar Motor declared its entry into the market of vehicles fuelled by compressed natural gas (CNG).
The Japanese-Indian joint venture announced that customers will now have the choice of CNG fuel for Glanza and Hyryder models.
According to a business announcement, the Toyota Glanza, which was introduced earlier this year, will now come in S and G grades with a CNG option and a manual gearbox powertrain.
The Hyryder model will now be offered in S and G grades with a factory-installed CNG kit. There will be a manual transmission available for both grades.
According to the business, the Hyryder will also come in CNG and self-charging powerful hybrid electric as well as Neo Drive versions.
According to a corporate statement from the beginning of November, demand is still rising as a result of the Urban Cruiser Hyryder's strong bookings.
Atul Sood, TKM Associate Vice President, Sales and Strategic Marketing, claimed that booking orders for the company's new SUV have exceeded the company's expectations.
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