The 2016 Toyota Innova was launched in Indonesia almost a month ago, where it is known as the Toyota Kijang Innova there. As the second-generation model, the new Innova undergoes a significant overhaul that includes a new exterior and interior design, the latter of which is the focus of this promotional video.

Featured here is the Toyota Kijang Innova in its range-topping Q Type spec. Inside, there are two captain seats upholstered in fabric with a “zebra-like” pattern, each with its own cabin trays.

The video then shows us a glimpse of the Innova’s new dashboard layout, occupied by an eight-inch touchscreen entertainment system, which has an impressive array of inputs including Miracast and HDMI. Lastly, we’re shown the LED cabin illumination lights that provide a more premium feel to the popular MPV.

In its Q Type specification, the Innova packs either a 2.0 litre Dual VVT-i 1TR-FE four-cylinder petrol engine (139 PS/ 183 Nm) or Toyota’s new 2GD-FTV 2.4 litre four-cylinder turbodiesel that debuted on the Hilux, with 149 PS and 359 Nm of torque.

The engines are mated to either a six-speed automatic or five-speed manual gearbox. In fact, the four possible powertrain combinations – diesel MT/AT and petrol MT/AT are available for all other variants of the Kijang Innova as well, including the Type G and Type V.

The Innova also gains some impressive features like LED projector headlights with LED DRLs, “Smart Close Back Door”, seven airbags, Hill Assist Control and VSC electronically stability control. Unfortunately, these features are standard only on the diesel Q Type, while the other variants may miss out on some of them.

Does the new 2016 Toyota Innova impress? What features would you like the MPV to come with when it makes its way to our shores? Let us know in the comments below.