Leaked earlier on in brochure form, the 2016 Toyota Innova (or 2016 Toyota Kijang Innova if we’re being all technical) has now been officially revealed on Toyota Indonesia’s Twitter page. Unfortunately, said reveal leans closer to a tease instead as only the front of the car gets pictured.

Aside from that, the accompanying caption states that the new Kijang Innova is “coming soon” to the Indonesian market – will Malaysia follow suit in the near future? To recap, the all-new 2016 Toyota Kijang Innova adopts a bolder-looking front end that sees a section of the grille sectioned off from the rest of the front fascia. A closer look at the leaked brochure scans reveals a fresher taillight design, as well.

What we do know is that the Indonesia-market Innova range will consist of three variants with the G Type kicking things off, the V Type playing the role of the middle child and the Q Type sitting at the very top. As expected, the entry-level G Type is equipped with 16-inch alloy wheels and halogen headlamps – the latter is shared with the V Type. The Q Type gets LED daytime running lights with projector headlights.

Click to enlarge brochure scans.

On the inside, the entry-level model is equipped with a seven-inch centre infotainment display screen while the V Type as well as the Q Type get a larger eight-inch infotainment display screen, a TFT instrument cluster, LED illumination throughout the cabin and automatic climate control. The Q Type one-ups the V Type by adding on a Smart Entry Key for added driver convenience and wood grain panelling.

Two engine options were quoted in the brochure with customers offered the choice of either a 2.0 litre Dual VVT-i 1TR-FE petrol engine or a 2.4 litre four-cylinder turbodiesel mill. The former pumps out a total of 139 PS at 5,600 rpm and 183 Nm of torque at 4,000 rpm while the latter, 149 PS at 3,400 rpm and 359 Nm from 1,200 to 2,600 rpm – 342 Nm with the five-speed manual. A six-speed automatic transmission is also offered.

Malaysian-spec 2013 Toyota Innova facelift