The next generation Toyota Innova MPV is a highly anticipated launch in India, and is also the biggest launch event for Toyota Kirloskar Motor India. The much awaited globally popular MPV’s new avatar is expected to make its appearance in the car market of India at the 2016 Indian Auto Expo.
As for the all new Toyota Innova’s global debut, the new MPV model will be officially unveiled later this month in Indonesia, soon after which it will be available for sale in the Indonesian car market. The new generation Toyota Innova has been a highly speculated and spied upcoming model as well and has been getting spied for quite some time now. In order to build up the buzz around the new Innova model, the Japanese car major has revealed the looks of the vehicle by releasing the official images of the new Innova just prior to the imminent market launch.
The all new 2016 Toyota Innova comes flaunting new styling along with great new built. Based on Toyota’s New Global Architecture (TNGA) platform, the next generation model of the Innova is sturdier yet lighter than that of the ongoing model.
The new-gen 2016 Toyota Innova MPV model gets a sportier and more stylish front fascia flaunting a newly designed radiator grille, stylized sweptback headlights, new LED daytime running lamps, and freshly done fog lamps. The all new model of the extremely successful MPV also get more pronounced wheel arches, newly designed rear bumper, and revamped tail lights along with other noticiable exterior styling element updates.
The all new Toyota Innova has also improved on the inside. It will be offering many premium features including automatic climate control, multi-function steering wheel with mounted controls, all four power windows, infotainment system with integrated touchscreen display along with navigation, USB/AUX-IN as well as Bluetooth capabilities.
Under the hood, the next generation Toyota Innova will be getting equipped with two engine options at least in Indonesia. The Indonesia spec new Innova will be powered by a 2.0 litre petrol motor as well as a newly developed 2.4 liter diesel mill. The petrol engine has the capability to pump out the max power output of 137 bhp along with the peak torque value of 183 Nm. On the other hand, the diesel motor has the capability to churn out the peak power output of 147 bhp, and the higher top torque value of 342 Nm when mated with the manual transmission and the torque of 360 Nm when the diesel mill is coupled with an automatic transmission gearbox. The transmission gearbox options on the all new Toyota Innova will comprise of a manual as well as a 6 speed automatic gearbox.
When it comes to the India spec new generation Toyota Innova, it is expected to come powered by only the new diesel engine while the petrol engine will probably be given a miss. The new-gen Innova’s launch is certainly expected to give Toyota India’s bestselling model further sales boost.