The second generation Toyota Innova gets a major feature upgrade inside the cabin including ambient lighting, Wi-Fi support and a touchscreen infotainment system.

2016 Toyota Innova Ambient Lighting
The new Innova comes with ambient lighting & a digital unit for roof AC controls

The second generation Toyota Innova has already been revealed via the leaked brochure ahead of the official unveil on 23rd November 2015 globally. Now, new images have emerged online showcasing more details about the MPV. A major departure from the outgoing version, the 2016 Innova comes with a comprehensively revised styling while there has been an abundant increase in the features list. Here are the new features that will be offered on the next generation model on the Indonesian spec version.

The new generation Toyota Innova will come with ambient lighting, dual-tone dashboard with black and brushed silver finish, new four-spoke multi-function steering wheel and a 7-inch touchscreen infotainment unit with multiple connectivity options. The Indonesian spec 2016 Innova will be further spruced up with wooden inserts, leather upholstery, cooled glovebox and an optional 8-inch entertainment screen with Wi-Fi support. Also new is the dual-zone automatic climate control, a first on the MPV and the roof mounted AC controls have been replaced by a digital screen with buttons for the secondary auto climate control system.

In terms of dimensions, the new generation Toyota Innova is 180 mm longer, 60 mm wider and 45 mm taller than the outgoing version. The wheelbase remains the same at 2750 mm. Under the hood, the 2016 Toyota Innova will be powered by the all-new 2.4-litre four-cylinder diesel engine from the GD family tuned for 147 HP and 360 Nm of torque. Globally, there will also be a 2.0-litre petrol engine on offer. Transmission options will include a 6-speed manual as well as an automatic unit with both likely to make it to India.

The 2016 Toyota Innova will also come with a host of safety tech on the Indonesian spec model including dual front, side and knee airbags, stability control, Hill Start Assist and ABS among other tech. The MPV will be offered in three variants namely G, V and Q with the top-end trim getting 17-inch alloy wheels. With a host of upgrades, the new Innova will see a price revision that is expected to escalate over the current model when it arrives in Indian showrooms in late 2016 or early 2017.

2016 Toyota Innova Dashboard Leaked
A complete departure from the current model, the dashboard looks very premium
2016 Toyota Innova Leaked Front
The new Innova will come with projector lamps & LED DRLs on top trims
2016 Toyota Innova Leaked Rear
The rear looks a lot premium with the horizontally stacked tail lights

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