The Toyota Innova (Japanese: トヨタイノーバ Toyota Inōba) is a compact MPV or MUV manufactured by the Japanese automaker Toyota. It is produced in Indonesia under supervision by Toyota Astra Motor since 2004. As with Kijang, which it replaced, the Innova is produced and first marketed in 2004 in Indonesia. The Innova is part of Toyota's IMV program together with the Hilux pickup truck and the Fortuner SUV. Its official name in Indonesia is Toyota Kijang Innova, while for other countries it is Innova.
The Innova is also sold in India (replacing the Qualis), Malaysia (replacing the Unser), the Philippines (replacing the Revo), Taiwan (replacing the Zace Surf), Vietnam (replacing Zace), Jamaica and Thailand. Unlike some of its competitors, such as the TATA Sumo Grande, Chevrolet Tavera, or the Mahindra Xylo, but like the newly launched Tata Aria, the Innova looks more like a minivan. The Innova is also available in Brunei, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Oman, Kuwait and the UAE. The name "Innova" comes from the English word innovation.