Last Updated at
- 12:11 am, May 20, 2012
The Innova has got its second facelift now with the new design that you see here. However, compared to the earlier models the new one has a completely new fascia. To fall in line with Toyota’s current design language, the curvy eye-shaped headlights have made way for horizontally mounted trapezoidal headlights. They wrap around the front apron and stretch significantly backwards to give the new Innova a wider stance. The grille and the front bumper has been re-designed too and have the same focus – making the Innova look wider than it actually is.
The side profile has very few changes that will be visible only to the keen eye - the turn blinkers are mounted on the outside rear-view mirrors and the Innova now uses a new design for the alloys on the top end model. The backend is more or less similar to the earlier model with same design for the taillights – albeit with a rearranged cluster.
Out of the two, the Innova has a more cleaner and conservative design that most will appreciate. The Xylo though, looks aggressive and way better than what was being sold in India all this while. My money is on the Innova though.
First Published on 12:11 am, May 20, 2012
Rohit (Rash) Paradkar
He is called "Rash" for a reason. He loves his toys, this boy. If it's cool, he's either got it or most probably gotten tired of it by the time you've discovered it. His one dear aim is to convert every Windows and Android user into a customer for Apple.