These Innovas were handed over to a number of party ministers which included Manish Sisodia, Rakhi Birla and Saurabh Bhardwaj who were seen arriving at the Delhi Assembly complex in their official cars.
Chief Minister, Arvind Kejriwal, who has been keeping a low profile and is against such show of ostentation and power has not accepted an official car in keeping with his dictates prior to becoming Chief Minister of Delhi. When questioned by reporters on the use of these official cars, Kejriwal stated that the party was not averse to use of official cars but would decline to use of red and blue beacons atop their vehicles.
Aam Admi Party leader is also against accepting palatial government bungalows and will be shifting into a five bedroom duplex flat in Central Delhi from his current residence in Kausambi locality in Ghaziabad. He has been allotted two five bed room duplex flats on Bhagwan Das Road, out of which one will be for his residence and the other will be used as an office from where he can conduct his official business. (source)
The new Innova facelift was launched in India back in October 2013. It is offered in a choice of petrol and diesel powered options. Price of Innova ranges from Rs 9 – 15 lakh, ex-showroom, Delhi.