Toyota Belta is all set to launch in August 2021.

It’s a rebadged version, same as the Toyota Glanza and Toyota Urban Cruiser.

Toyota Belta Launch
The Belta will replace the discontinued Yaris in India.

Here is a new update comes from Toyota Kirloskar motors, they are planning to launch Toyota Belta as a new mid-size sedan in the Indian market that will replace the discontinued Toyota Yaris. While the dealers have stated that they still have some stock of Toyota Yaris, which they will sell out in upcoming months. The ‘Belta’ name trademark has been already registered by the company in India and its launch would take place nearly August 2021.

“Belta will replace the Yaris and would launch in August 2021”

Is there anything new in the exterior and interior of Toyota Belta?

Similarly, to the Toyota Glanza and Toyota Urban Cruiser, this one is also a rebadged version of the Maruti Suzuki Ciaz. Where the design is exactly the same with even details but some minor touches will be there, like front chromed finished Toyota logo and a newly redesigned set of alloy wheels is also expected as a part of top-end variants. Apart from this, it features all the stuff that includes projector headlamps with LED DRLs, LED tail lamps, chrome window line garnish, turn indicator in ORVMs, a shark fin antenna, an 8.0-inches touchscreen infotainment display with apple car play, android auto, climate control ac and some other that the Maruti Ciaz features.

“A rebadged version of Maruti Suzuki Ciaz, only have Toyota’s branding”

Other expected stuff in Toyota Belta

In the terms of performance, it will come with the 1.5-liter, 4-cylinder Maruti’s petrol engine that power outputs are 105 BHP and 138 Nm of torque and comes mated to a 5-Speed manual transmission and a 4-Speed automatic one as well. Being a Maruti Suzuki’s product, it’ll also be equipped with a mild-hybrid technology system.

“Will be equipped with the same 1.5-liter K series petrol motor, with 105 BHP and 138 Nm power figures”

Toyota Belta Yaris
The Toyota Yaris is now discontinued due to less sales numbers

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