It's no secret that Toyota is working on the new-generation model of its popular MPV - the Innova, which might make its global debut later this year, followed by its launch in early 2016. Fly-Wheel managed to get a picture of the new-gen model, which reveals some interesting details about the product.
The spied picture reveals that the new-gen model of the MPV will get two chrome slats on the grille, swept-back head-lamps with double-barrel projectors, and integrated LED daytime running lamps. The bumper also gets wider air-dam and new fog-lamps.
Coming to the side profile, the vehicle gets new flared wheel arches, narrower glass etc., thus, giving it a refreshed look. That said, the vehicle continues to flaunt a similar shape. The new-gen model will be built on Toyota New Global Architecture (TMGA) platform, which will help it become lighter, and more responsive than the exiting model.
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Though the 2016 Innova might retain the existing engine options, they could be tuned for better fuel efficiency.