Japanese automaker Toyota has just launched an “Invincible” version of its 2014 Hilux which promises to provide “power and dependability with greater comfort and style”.
This is considered to be the range-topping variant of the Hilux which has more chrome trim, “Invincible” badging and a silver front underguard.
Once you opt for the Invincible Sport you also get 17-inch two-tone alloy wheels, a chrome rollover bar and leather seats. The cabin also sports “Invincible” sill plates and silver accents.
Toyota is selling this version with a 2.5-liter D-4D which comes mated to a manual gearbox. You can also have the vehicle with a bigger 3.0-liter D-4D linked to either a manual or an automatic transmission. The 2014 Hilux Invincible can be optionally configured with an optional four-wheel drive system, regardless of the power unit you select.
Scheduled to hit Toyota dealerships later on this year, the 2014 Hilux Invincible’s pricing list will be published closer to its market arrival.