Toyota has released a new special-edition model into the Aurion range to celebrate the company's 50th anniversary in Australia.
The Aurion Touring Special Edition carries the same price tag as the entry-level Aurion AT-X sedan yet offers more than $2700 worth of additional standard equipment.
Matching the specifications of the AT-X, the Touring Special Edition adds 17-inch alloys wheels with a full-size spare, rear spoiler, a Sportivo radiator grille, sports headlamps, sports rear combination lamps, "50th Anniversary" decals and sports pedals.
Toyota has also included front foglamps as well as front and rear sonar parking sensors as standard features on the Aurion Touring SE.
Inside, the new models gains a six-disc CD changer, dual-zone climate-control for the air-conditioning, leather-bound four-spoke steering wheel, leather gear lever knob and a multi-information display.
The usual list of standard safety features have been maintained, including six airbags, vehicle stability control, traction control, anti-skid brakes and an adaptive six-speed automatic sequential-style gearbox.
The Aurion Touring Special Edition is available now from Toyota with a retail price of $34,990.