Facelifted Toyota Innova 2013 Coming This September
Toyota Kirloskar Motor (TKM) Private Limited is all set to launch the facelifted Toyota Innova 2013 in India. Last week, the facelifted Toyota Innova was launched in Indonesia and this very model could come to India next month. This facelifted Toyota Innova will be its third iteration since the launch in 2005. Also the all-new Innova is also on the cards, but won’t launch before 2016.
The facelifted Toyota Innova will see styling changes on the exterior and some added features in the cabin as well.
Up front, the facelifted Toyota Innova will get a new distinct chrome heavy grille, redesigned bumper for the air dam, new fog lamps and chrome surrounds for the fog lamp enclosures.
The rear also gets ample chrome addition around the number plate along with an extended tail lamp cluster with a broad chrome bar flanked by it, while an extra set of reflectors is incorporated on either side too.
On the inside, the car gets beige interiors with improved fabrics along with an all-new infotainment system which includes a rear display unit mounted on the roof. Steering mounted controls and captain seats in the middle also come as standard in the top spec variant. On the safety front, the car get dual airbags in the front and side impact beams embedded to the chassis.
Seven variants of the facelifted Toyota Innova with the G being the base model (7 and 8 seater), GX (7 and 8 seater), VX (7 and 8 seater), and an all-new top-spec Z variant, which will get additions like leather seats and wooden inlays in the interior trim.
Under the hood things remain unchanged, which means the facelifted Toyota Innova 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.
There is no news on the pricing front. But we expect the price of new facelifted Toyota Innova to be marginally high. Existing model of the Toyota Innova is Rs 9.51 – 14.47 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi).