Toyota Indonesia has officially unveiled the next generation Innova and has released pics and all specs. While the prices have been kept embargoed for now, we finally have official confirmation about the power and torque figures of the new 2.4 litre diesel engine, which is set to replace the existing 2.5 litre mill.
Indonesia will get the Innova in three variants, namely G, V and Q (which is the range topping variant). The 2.4 litre GD diesel mill incorporates a new Variable Nozzle Turbo with an intercooler. It is mated with a 5 speed manual transmission and the comfort of a 6 speed automatic. The maximum power output of 149 PS is the same in both the transmission options, the manual gets 342 Nm of peak torque in the range of 1,200 rpm to 2,800 rpm. The MPV with the automatic gearbox produces 360 Nm of torque in the range of 1,200 rpm to 2,600 rpm.
The new Innova measures 4,735 mm in length (gains 150 mm), 1,830 mm in width (swells by 65 mm) and an overall height of 1,795 mm (increases by 35 mm). The wheelbase though remains the same at 2,750 mm. The tyre size too has increased to 205/65 R16 and 215/55 R17 depending on the variants.
Dual front airbags and driver side knee airbag is standard across all variants while the Q trim gets side and curtain airbags as well. ABS and EBD is available in all the variants. Q trim also gets additional features such as Smart entry key, Hill Assist control and Vehicle Stability Control. The MPV also gains a new Drive Mode System with Eco, Normal and Power modes.
The top end trim also gets 2nd row captain seats, cabin tray, wooden panelling, automatic air con (also in V trim), TFT display for driver and all auto window up. An 8 inch infotainment system will be available in the base and mid variant which boasts of air gesture, web browser, Miracast, HDMI, Bluetooth, Smartphone connectivity and Voice commands. These two variants also gain new premium illumination in the interiors. The top end trims also gets LED projector head lamps.
The new-gen Innova will definitely come to India sometime in the future and it will be interesting to see what features will be ditched and how much is the price increment on the already terribly overpriced Toyota MPV!
New-Gen Innova Pics