A sneak peak into the all new Toyota Hilux Revo 2021!

After teasing the fans for almost six months, Toyota Indus Motors has finally decided to bring the Toyota Hilux Revo Facelift to the showrooms. That car has been updated rigorously from engine to interior and even the exterior has been upgraded for the double cabin to look bolder.

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The wait is finally over as Toyota Indus has finally launched the new Hilux Revo in Pakistan. The company has been teasing the double cabin for good six to seven months, and the company opened the bookings for the three variants of the facelift in February. Then, they revealed the official ex-factory prices in April.

Now the vehicle is about to hit the showrooms. Here are the features of the Toyota Hilux Revo Facelift.


The car according to the video has enhanced the power of the 2.8L 1GD-FTV engine by 20 kW and 50 Nm torque. The car’s new power is 150 kW(201 hp), and its peak torque is 500 Nm. These engine improvements reportedly have increased the fuel efficiency of the vehicle by 4 percent. 


One of the most visible changes in the Hilux Revo 2021 is the shape of the body. As Toyota said in the video, the car features trapezoidal grille giving the vehicle a bold look.

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Everything else, the headlamps, engine hood, front bumper, and front fog lamps, accentuate the 3-dimensional grille. All-new 18-inch aluminum wheels and iconic LED tail lamps complete the whole look. 

Revo V AT has bi-beam LED headlamps, whereas the other two variants, Revo G MT and Revo G AT, have halogen headlamps.


The new REVO features redesigned combination meter, a new black color interior scheme, an upgraded 9-inch audio system. 

Along with that, the MID steering controls are the leading interior changes highlighted in the video. Revo V AT variant has leather, and the other two have fabric seats.

Hilux Revo 2021 has an advanced, premium feel with a cluster design, 9-inch touchscreen with Bluetooth, screen mirroring, Google Maps, and voice recognition features.


The safety features got some major upgrades with an advanced feature of Drive-Start Control in the G AT and V AT variants. This feature restrains the engine output in cases of reverse collision and shift lever movements with a depressed accelerator pedal.

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Similarly, REVO V Automatic has new features like Active Traction Control, Hill-start Assist Control, Toyota Smart Center, downhill assist control, and a limited-slip differential. The downhill assist control and limited-slip differential are the latest features, but they are not available in any other trim.


The price for the REVO G manual will be Rs6,549,000, for REVO G automatic Rs6,899,000, and for REVO V automatic will be Rs7,499,000.


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