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Product Name: Toyota Innova E D 8-seater
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Price: Rs 817191

In April 2002, Toyota adopted the 2010 Global Vision, a vision for meeting mobility needs in a way that respects our earth and all people. It is made of long-term policies centered on the basic theme of 'innovation into the future.' Four key themes based on trends seen as developing from 2020 to around 2030 are:

Toward a recycle-oriented society
Toward the age of IT and ubiquitous networks
Toward a mature society (the decline of nationalism and war and the rise of respectful exchange of ideas)
Toward motorization on a global scale (societies with little private transport gaining more)
These are linked to the pursuit of a new global image for Toyota with four key components: kind to the earth, comfort of life, excitement for the world, and respect for all people. The encompassing motto of "innovation into the future" is "working with passion and dedication to create a prosperous society."

Who runs Toyota now?
As of March 2007:

Hiroshi Okuda, Chairman. Born in 1933 - about the same time as Toyota itself - Hiroshi Okuda has been a member of the Board of Toyota Motor Corporation since 1982, and has been the Chairman of the Board since 1999. Mr. Okuda was the president of Toyota from 1995 to 1999, and is also a director of KDDI Corporation. Hiroshi Okuda joined Toyota in 1955, at about the time of the company's entrance to the United States market. He mainly worked in Toyota's international operations, and oversaw preparation of manufacturing plants in North America. He graduated from Hitostubashi University with a degree in business, and has a black belt in judo.
Fujio Cho, President. Born in 1937 - not long after Toyota itself - Fujio Cho helped to speed Toyota's decision-making but cutting the number of board members in half, appointing three non-Japanese managing officers, and generally streamlining the management structure. He graduated from the University of Tokyo in 1960 and became a production specialist, mentored by none other than Taiichi Ohno. He opened the first Toyota-owned factory in America in 1988. He is a third dan in kendo.
It is worth noting the martial arts experience of the two top Toyota leaders. Martial arts require discipline, patience, and study; American leaders tend to be lawyers and accountants with experience in obfuscation and penny-watching.
Akio Toyoda. Son of Shoichiro Toyoda, Akio, born in 1957, helped to get Toyota out of a Chinese joint venture gone bad and into a deal with China FAW Group; started a Web-based retailing venture in Japan; and is currently executive vice president in charge of purchasing, quality, product management, IT, and transport. Akio has been known to reinforce Toyota's global standing, taking the company beyond its Japanese roots, and has been emphasizing styling and performance in the company's vehicles.
Some past leaders:

Eiji Toyoda (president, 1967-1982), who kept Toyota on a low profile even as the company rapidly expanded and dramatically increased its quality and its rustproofing capabilities
Shoichiro Toyoda (president, 1982-1992), who spread Toyota's manufacturing plants through the world and brought Toyota's technology to the forefront, surpassing Honda and just about every other automaekr, while increasing reliability even further
History of Toyota City
Toyota City sprung from Koromo Town, a thriving silkworm center in the late 1800s and early 1900s. As the demand for raw silk fell, the city declined, until in 1934 it invited the newly formed Toyota to center there. The name was changed from Koromo to Toyota in 1959. The population is now 25 times its 1930 level, at 350,000.

Toyota and the environment
Toyota is fairly well known for having the best-designed hybrid-electric car, the Prius, which former Chrysler engineer Evan Boberg claimed in 2004 was the only car that actually saved fuel because of its hybrid design rather than coincidental features (such as lighter weight, efficient tires, and such). But Toyota's commitment goes much further. Their Australian unit's Earth Charter notes four principles:

Contribution towards a prosperous 21st century
Aim for growth that is in harmony with the environment, and to challenge achievement of zero emissions throughout all areas of business activities and set as a challenge the achievement of zero emissions throughout all areas of business activity.
Pursuit of environmental technologies
Pursue all possible environmental technologies, developing and establishing new technologies to enable the environment and economy to coexist harmoniously.
Voluntary actions
Develop a voluntary improvement plan, not only based on thorough preventative measures and compliance laws, but one that addresses environmental issues on the global, national and regional scales, and promotes continuous implementation.
Working in co-operation with society.
Build close and cooperative relationships with a spectrum of individuals and organisations involved in environmental preservation including governments, local municipalities as well as with related companies and industries

Number of Seats8 Seats
Folding Rear-SeatYes
Leather seatsNot available
Price range5 to 10 lakhs
Available ColorsSilver Mica Metallic, White
Body StyleSUV
Roof typeNone
Engine Type 2KD-FTV, Diesel With Turbocharger, DOHC
Max Power102PS @3600rpm
Max Torque200Nm @1400rpm
Steering typePower steering
Engine Displacement2494 cc
Maximum Speed146 Km/Hour
TransmissionManual Transmission
Suspension-RearCoil Spring/Four Link, Coil Spring
Suspension-FrontDouble Wishbone With Stabilizer
Mileage-Highway (Km/Ltr)12.7 kmpl
Mileage-City (Km/Ltr) 10.3 kmpl
Fuel TypeDiesel
Fuel Tank Capacity55 ltr
Gear SystemManual
Gear system details5 gears
Brake System
Front BrakeVentilated Disc Brakes
Rear BrakeLeading-Trailing Drum Brakes
WheelsNo alloy wheels
Wheel Base2750 mm
Tyres type/size205/65 R15
Kerb weight1640 kg
Ground Clearance176 mm
Tubeless TyresYes
Length4580 mm
Width1770 mm
Height1755 mm
Minimum Turning Radius5.4 m
Cubic Capacity2494 cc
Traction controlNo
Parking sensorsNo
Fog LampNo
Locking SystemNA
Power windowsNo
Driver Seat AdjustmentManual
Music SystemNo
Automatic headlightsNo
Rear WipersNo
Rear DefoggerNo
Central LockingNone
Year released
Variant Group NameToyota Innova
Others/miscellaneous featuresThis model is discontinued

Additional features

Additional specifications and features :

Engine & transmission
Bore (mm) x stroke (mm) : 92 x 93.8
Compression ratio : 18.5:1
Valves per cylinder : 4
Valvegear operation : DOHC
Fuel system : CRDI
Aspiration : Turbo-charged
Drive : RWD
Power (bhp@rpm) : 102@3600
Torque (Nm@rpm) : 199.95@1400-3400

0-60 kph (sec) : 6.6
0-100 kph (sec) : 17.5
20-80 kph in 3rd gear(sec) : 14.39
40-100 kph in 4th gear(sec) : 19.5

Steering type : Rack and pinion, power assist

Interior Dimensions
Rear seat legroom - min (cm) : 69
Rear seat legroom - max (cm) : 91.5
Headroom (cm) : 95
Width (cm) : 141.5
Boot (liters) : 758

Exterior Dimensions
Track - front (mm) : 1510
Track - rear (mm) : 1510

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