Toyota currently offers premium MPV Vellfire in single fully loaded variant named as executive lounge, and sold just 25 units in April 2021.

  • Toyota Sold 25 units of Vellfire in April 2021
  • It is offered in single fully loaded variant only
  • MPV comes quipped with two electric motor coupled with 2.5 Litre petrol engine

Toyota Vellfire is the most premium offering from the Japanese brand line-up in the Indian market. The luxurious MPV is retiled with a starting price of Rs 87 lakh ex-showroom. It is offered in a single fully loaded variant named an executive lounge and competes against Mercedes-Benz V-class in India. Since the launch, the MPV has managed to make a decent customer base in India and the family MPV continues to attract new customers at a good rate. In the month of April 2021, Toyota manages to sell 25 units of Vellfire, this seems low but in a respect of segment and price tag it is good.

Toyota sold 25 units of Vellfire April 2021

Toyota Vellfire boasts features like Two electrically adjustable VIP seats in the second row with ventilated seats, along with leg rest and backrest. Although, the middle seats are power-adjustable with memory function and get fold-out tables as well. On the dashboard front, it gets a 10-inch infotainment system that enables android auto and apple car play, a 17-speaker JBL audio system, 16-colour roof ambient lightning. 3-zone auto climate control, a 13-inch rear entertainment system, sun blinds. Automatic LED headlamps, heated outside rear-view mirrors, and much more.

Toyota Vellfire comes powered by a 2.5 Litre four-cylinder paired with a two-electric motor, which together develops 198 PS of maximum power and 235 Nm of peak torque. The powertrain comes mated with a CVT gearbox system which sends power to both the axle. On the safety side, it boasts 7-airbags, a single electric sunroof, front and rear parking sensors, ABS with EBD with brake assist, Vehicle stability control, brake hold, and so on.  

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