Meet the exclusive DC Toyota Innova Crysta Lounge

Talk about the rear seat comfort in a car and you simply cannot miss the name of the Toyota Innova. The car has set benchmarks which are still hard to achieve by many other cars in the same class. And now, the things have been taken to a whole new level as DC, the extremely famous Pune based auto designing firm has come up with their version of the new Toyota Innova Crysta Lounge.

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The standard Toyota Innova Crysta comes with 7/8 seating design, on the other hand, DC decided to pull off not one or two but the whole of the four seats, and now remains only two seats for the rear passengers. Doing so, made ample of space for the rear occupants who can even tent in this space when they want. Haha. Just kidding.

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DC promises to treat the occupants with real class luxury and hence have designed the lounge in such a way that one can literally lie down when traveling places. The rear occupants can also have foldable tables like the ones seen on airplanes.

DC has furnished the rear lounge with wood instead of the standard fabric on the door and floor panels. Also, a partition has been designed between the driver and the rear area for the extra privacy of the passengers. A TV screen sits right in place of the partition. While for the convenience of the driver, DC has given a big touch screen system for the driver’s entertainment

What’s the price?

The cost of such cabin usually begins at Rs 4.95 Lakh and rises up further with the personal customization options.

Note: There are no exterior changes made to this model.

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