It seems that with all the Falcon Orion hype, Toyota is taking any chance it can to push its new TRD Aurion. Hidden in the back of a recent press release is Toyota's new TRD Aurion.

Toyota Aurion TRD breaks coverClick for larger version

As you can see in a closeup of the shot, the black TRD Aurion is visible in the background.

Toyota TRD Aurion breaks coverClick for larger version

CarAdvice has been advised that the TRD Aurion and TRD Hilux will be available in two trims respectively.

TRD Aurion:
TRD Aurion 3500S
TRD Aurion 3500SL

TRD Hilux:
TRD Hilux 4000S
TRD Hilux 4000SL

It appears that the 'S' models (most probably standing for 'supercharged') will be at the bottom of the TRD range in each model, whilst the 'SL' models (presumably 'supercharged luxury') will feature extra features to appeal to the punters with a bit of extra cash.

The TRD 3500SL will probably feature some of the additional gizmos and gadgets that the current Presara features - such as Xenon HID headlights and satellite navigation.

Initially suspected to go up against the likes of Holden's performance arm HSV and Ford's performance arm FPV, Toyota said that it would go up against cars like the Alfa 159, VW R32 Golf, Subaru Liberty GT Spec B and Mazda6 MPS instead, culling any thoughts of an all-wheel-drive road tearer.