According to our friends over at AutoFun Indonesia, photos of the Raize GR-S have leaked online ahead of its launch on 30-April 2021. This model will be the first Toyota in Indonesia to receive the Gazoo Racing treatment.
Inside, the only telling difference that this is the GR Sport variant is a pair of paddle shifters behind the steering wheel. Recall that neither the Japanese-spec Raize/Rocky nor our very own Ativa come with this feature.
Even though there will be a manual version of the Raize for Indonesia, that transmission isn’t offered on the Raize GR-S. Instead, powering the Raize GR-S is a 1.0-litre turbocharged 3-cylinder 1KR-VET (98 PS/140 Nm) paired with a D-CVT automatic gearbox.
This is similar to what is offered in the Ativa and the Japanese-spec Raize/Rocky.
The TSS variant Raize GR-S is the top-of-the-line variant and is equipped with Pre-Collision System (PCS), adaptive cruise control (ACC), blind-spot monitoring (BSM), and rear cross-traffic alert (RCTA).