Toyota’s family car – Autó-Motor – has changed from a chassis to a self-supporting body

The latest generation of the Toyota Innova, the model named Zenix, debuted in Indonesia, which, unlike its predecessor, no longer has a chassis structure, but is based on a self-supporting TNGA base. For the sake of order, the dimensions of the body were also increased (length and width +20 mm, wheelbase +100 mm), so the passenger compartment became much more spacious, while the ground clearance of 185 mm, which is important due to bad roads, remained.

A 7- or 8-person interior arrangement can be selected, and for the time being the instrument unit using analog clocks remains, depending on the equipment, the central touchscreen can be 9 or 10 inches, the top model also has 1-1 10-inch touchscreens on the backrests of the front seats. As standard, the Toyota Innova Zenix comes with a 2.0-liter gasoline engine (174 hp) and a stepless automatic transmission. What’s new is that thanks to the new technical base, a self-charging hybrid drive is now also available, the system using a 2.0-liter naturally aspirated engine produces 186 horsepower.


Toyota Astra Motor starts producing the Innova Zenix first in Indonesia, and soon after it will be launched in India, where the minivan will enrich the Toyota Bharat range under the name Innova Hycross.

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