It's one of the company's best selling cars and continuously tops the leaderboard for commercial vehicle sales in Australia. As you could imagine, the reveal was quite an important one for Toyota both locally and globally.
The eighth-generation Toyota HiLux will launch with four engine options including a punchier new flagship diesel, two gearbox options (including rev matching between gears for manual gearboxes), and three model grades. There will be a total of 31 variants available, up from 23 with the old model.
HiLux is expected to launch in Australia in October this year, where Toyota will reveal a unique interior for the Australian market, along with any aspects of the car unique to our market.
You can read the full detail behind the 2016 Toyota HiLux in our stories from yesterday. To see the full suite of images, along with detail shots of the front and rear suspension, click on the Photos tab.