Next-gen Toyota Innova caught on video

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Thanks to BHPian SunnyBoi for sharing this video with other enthusiasts.

The next-generation Toyota Innova has been spied once again. Many images of the test mules of the MPV have been posted over the months. This time, it has been captured on video.

Going by the images and the video, Toyota appears to have made some changes to the design of the vehicle. At the front is a raised bonnet with a larger and more imposing grille and large swept-back headlamps. The car also seems to have gained a pair of LED daytime running lights similar to the ones on the new Corolla sedan.

Viewed from the side, the new car appears similar to the current model but the rear section appears to be stretched. This could mean the third row space could have been increased. The car also sports redesigned alloy wheels and a shark fin antenna.

Coming to the rear, there is a pair of new horizontal wrap-around tail lamp clusters. The rear wiper has also been replaced with a smaller, more modern unit.

The Innova is also likely to get a revamped interior and a more powerful engine. The car is expected to be launched at Auto Expo 2016.

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