The venerable Toyota Hilux Invincible may be about to receive a series of styling tweaks later this year, as Toyota prepares to introduce the Invincible badge to other European markets.

Although the Invincible badge has been available in the UK for some time, it will be introduced to other European markets for the first time later this year in the form of two new Invincible models – the Invincible Active and Invincible Sport.

The Invincible Active wears a silver front underguard, as well as chrome surrounds to the bonnet air intake, fog lamps and rear light clusters.

There’s also a new black interior with black fabric seats, padded armrest, leather handbrake trim, and light grey roof lining.

The Invincible Sport adds chrome rear bars.

Available as options will be a new hard-top, chrome side bars, full leather seats, and new 17-inch two-tone alloy wheels.

The existing engine range – 2.5-litre and 3.0-litre diesels with 142hp and 169hp respectively – continue unchanged.

The Toyota Hilux has been selling in various markets around the world for nearly 46 years, with nearly 15 million units produced.

Toyota have yet to confirm the changes to the UK specification.

Alex

Editor

Freelance journalist, ex-offroad driving instructor and long distance road-tripper. If you have any questions about this piece, feel free to drop me a line on Twitter.