2016

A Legacy
    of power

GEN 08 - 2016

The new generation Hilux Revo carries forward the legacy of power and performance with redefined ruggedness and a new upgraded engine for maximum power on and off the road.

2012

A Legacy
    of power

GEN 07 - 2012

The seventh-generation N70 chassis Hilux grew significantly in stature to become classified as a midsize pickup. This change gifted the vehicle with greater road presence, interior space and load capacity. All improvement identified from customer reports.

1997

A Legacy
    of power

GEN 06 - 1997

The range was introduced in Japan in September 1997 and is easily distinguished from the previous generation models by a swage line that gently tapers downwards toward the front indicators. The biggest change for the sixth-generation was that all Hilux models now came with independent front suspension – the first time in the history of the Toyota Hilux.

1988

A Legacy
    of power

GEN 05 - 1988

September 1988 marked the introduction of the new fifth-generation N50 chassis Hilux, with revised bodywork that represented many visual and physical improvements over the outgoing version. It was built to the three core concepts of power, sturdiness and comfort.

1983

A Legacy
    of power

GEN 04 - 1983

The newer fourth generation vehicle was immediately characterized from its older sibling by its attractively blistered arches and renewed interior. What didn’t change was its reputation for near-indestructibility; a fact that was underlined by BBC Top Gear in its unsuccessful attempts to ‘kill’ one hard-worked example

1978

A Legacy
    of power

GEN 03 - 1978

Versatility was the watchword for the third-generation N30 series Hilux. Regardless of model – there were now three standard-length and four long-wheelbase derivatives – the third-gen Hilux was designed to offer saloon-like specification and ride comfort which led to an evolution of the predecessor’s double wishbone front suspension.

1972

A Legacy
    of power

GEN 02 - 1972

The second-generation Hilux was launched in May 1972 for the 1973 model year, and marked the model’s introduction to the UK market. Essentially a reworked version of its predecessor, the N20 series featured an updated body with slightly extended wheelbase, more comfortable interior and carry-over engine range.

1968

A Legacy
    of power

GEN 01 - 1968

It was March 1968 when Toyota dealerships in Japan took delivery of the first genuine Toyota Hilux pick-up. This new model bore the N10 chassis code, and although it was conceived by Toyota, the new Hilux continued to be engineered and built at Hino Motors’ Hamura Plant.

The newly developed,
compact and ultra-efficient

1GD, 2.8L

four-cylinder diesel engine with turbocharger and intercooler.

Ultimate power and control

in your hands

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Rugged boldness

that makes a statement

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Surround yourself by

comfort & convenience

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Best in class

safety specifications

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comfort & convenience

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