Toyota has revealed its all-new Granvia, a luxury-focused eight-seat people mover that promises to provide high levels of comfort, convenience and safety.
Aimed at high-end hospitality, corporate and family buyers, the Granvia is based on the all-new HiAce platform.
At this stage, Toyota has confirmed a single turbo-diesel engine will power two grades, however, output figures are yet to be announced.
Features across the two grades will include power sliding rear side doors, electrically-adjustable driver's and second-row captain's seats and leather-accented upholstery.
Infotainment will be available via Toyota’s latest generation multimedia system and will include a 12-speaker audio system and four USB ports.
The Toyota Safety Sensing Suite will be standard and brings autonomous emergency braking with pedestrian and daytime cyclist detection, adaptive cruise control and nine airbags.
Included on the list of safety kit will be nine airbags, active cruise control as well as a pre-collision safety system (PCS) with pedestrian and daytime cyclist detection, along with a host of other driver-assistance systems.
Toyota Vice President Sales and Marketing Sean Hanley said the new Granvia offered true luxury transport to meet the needs of those desiring a large spacious cabin, supreme comfort and superior refinement.
"Whether you are in need of a five-star hotel shuttle, corporate transport for senior executives or just a large luxury family wagon, the new Granvia fits the bill," Mr Hanley said.
"With a stylish European-inspired design, outstanding comfort, refined performance, a high level of safety features and impressive list of standard appointments, the new Granvia really is the last word in luxury people movers"
The Granvia will arrive in time to replace the Tarago which will be discontinued at the end of 2019. Full specifications and pricing will be revealed closer to the local launch date.
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