On the inside, the Toyota Innova facelift comes with a beige colour scheme and improved fabrics. There is now a new infotainment system which includes a roof-mounted screen. The top variant will also get steering-mounted audio controls.
As for the mechanicals, they will remain unchanged, which means the Toyota Innova facelift will be powered by a 2.5-litre D4D diesel engine that puts out 102bhp and a 2.0-litre VVT petrol engine that puts out 130bhp.
This will be the third update the Toyota Innova has received since its launch in 2005. The first was a mild update to the lights and bumpers in early 2009, and then the current facelifted version, which was launched in 2011.Toyota is selling the current Innova with a discount of around Rs. 40,000 in Mumbai, and when the facelifted Innova is launched, it is expected to come with a marginal increase in sticker price. An all-new Innova is also on the cards, but won’t launch before 2016.
Expect Toyota to launch the Innova facelift soon.