New spy shots of Toyota's upcoming next generation Innova has hit the web, hinting the arrival of the car in the domestic market.
Toyota has been testing its next-generation Innova on Indian roads for quite some time now. The latest spy shots of an Innova prototype came from the folks at Indian autos Blog, who caught the car on test on the Mysore-Bangalore highway, where Toyota has one of its manufacturing facilities.
The latest test mule of Innova is also seen hiding under heavy camouflage; however, the images give a sneak peak at the dashboard of the car. Visually, the new model of the MPV gets the same styling and design of the current version, but it appears that the upcoming Innova is slightly longer than the existing version.
Other changes expected in the new Innova include a new front fascia with rectangular grille and mild tweak at the rear end. Previous spy shots have also revealed the LED daytime running lights of the Innova. Inside the cabin too, the new generation Innova is likely to get changes.
Bigger changes are expected under the hood as previous reports have suggested a new diesel engine will make its way into the car with manual and automatic transmissions.
There are also reports that the car will continue to use the same motors of the current model, but with a tweak to give better performance.
Expected to make its global debut next year and India entry in 2016, the new Innova will take on the likes of Honda Mobilio, Chevrolet Enjoy and Nissan Evalia in India. Also expect the car to get a price tag in the range of ₹9-15 lakh.