What we are talking about here is the ‘invincible’ 2021 Toyota Hilux, currently on its ninth generation that has become more powerful than ever. United Traders Syndicate Pvt. Ltd. (UTS), the sole distributor of Toyota vehicles and its genuine parts in Nepal has yet to confirm the news but it is anticipated that this fierce machine will be made available to the Nepalese fanatics during February 2021.
After a long vexing year, finally, 2021 will be holding some exciting news for the four-wheeler lovers that will make the euphoria last within them for a long time. One of the exciting news is the updated, more powerful 2021 Hilux. Maintaining the esteemed reputation, the new Hilux is brought with an improved exterior, interior, and more power under the hood.
“The Hilux legacy is built on the unbreakable bond between owner and truck,” says Neeraj Lala, Toyota New Zealand Chief Executive Officer. “The 2021 truck is no different. It is our most technologically advanced truck ever, and with its performance improvements, this is a truck that is in its element everywhere.”
“This is all without sacrificing any of the toughness, robustness and legendary Quality, Durability and Reliability (QDR) that have made Hilux the world’s favourite pick-up.”
“The Aussies may be trying to claim this one for themselves, but the Hilux is an iconic piece of New Zealand heritage, and the legacy will continue,” says Neeraj.
The powerful Hilux will sport its presence with a completely redesigned upfront with three-dimensional treatment across the grille and bumper along with slightly tweaked LED headlights. Besides, subtle changes are made to the side profile with a sharper look through the addition of new elements and graphics all around. The sleek finish with blacked-out 18-inch wheels looks completely incredible. Now as you move towards the rear, a number of fresh design elements with bolder LED tail lamps can be noticed.
As you climb towards the cabin, discover a more connected driving experience. To be precise, an updated infotainment system, with an 8-inch tablet-style touchscreen, Apple CarPlay, and Android Auto, and an optional 800W, nine-speaker JBL sound system.
Here comes the most essential factor of the 2021 Hilux- the powertrain. The Hilux now comes with a more powerful four-cylinder 2.8-liter diesel engine, producing 201 bhp and 500Nm of torque. Transmission options are either a six-speed manual or automatic transmission.
Stick with us to know the updated news on when the 2021 Toyota Hilux will arrive in Nepal and other essential details.