This 2016 Toyota Innova rendering gives a good insight into the new design language the Japanese automaker has come up with. And it indeed fares well in the upgraded MPV.
Toyota has adopted the very widely employed hexagonal front grille with two-part air dam. Although the layout is commonly seen nowadays, it does a good job of making the most acquainted MPV look fresh. The same is complimented by high-placed, muscular bonnet, together making the car look more like a rugged SUV. Flanking headlamps are sleek with sharp tips, adding a pinch of aggression to the workhorse.
Side profile of 2016 Toyota Innova bears trendy alloy wheels, which doesn’t let the set look awkwardly small for the overall size of the people mover. The shoulder line emanating from the headlamps’ tips add a sense of agility to what’s not more than a plain looking bunker as of now. Further, the Day Light Opening section, comprising of steeply raked front windshield and flamboyant series of door windows, make the car look sharper and aerodynamic. The triangular C-pillars also contribute to the edgy styling of the next-gen Innova.
With so many enhancements, we can’t help but wonder what kind of premium will Toyota Kirloskar Motor demand over the current Innova model which is likely to be retained to continue to cater to commercial segment.
Rendering – Autocar India