Toyota will be unveiling the Innova facelift at the upcoming Auto Expo. The Japanese automaker will only launch the 2012 Innova by the end of January. The new Innova has already been spotted multiple times and some media houses have even tested it. The changes to the exteriors are very minute, with the headlights now slightly squarish. The bumpers and grille have been modified, while the side profile remains the same. New alloy wheels debut on the 2012 Innova while the rear has slightly altered tail lamps.
On the inside, the dashboard layout remains unaltered but the Innova now gets the steering wheel from the Camry. The new steering wheel looks smashing, neatly incorporating audio and multi-information display controls. Chrome inserts are present on the steering wheel and center console. The Innova also gets a new audio system and reverse guide system. There are no many changes to talk about but the biggest positive about the Innova facelift is the increase in production by the company. Waiting period will be eliminated completely and the new Innova will be slightly costlier than the outgoing version.
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