What’s New in the 2025 Toyota HiLux? Everything You Need to Know
2025 Toyota HiLux – The next-generation Toyota HiLux, a highly anticipated vehicle for the Japanese brand, is expected to debut in 2025. As the top-selling vehicle in Australia for the past seven years, the HiLux is due for a significant makeover. According to personal production plans uncovered by Drive, the first examples of the following Toyota HiLux are expected to roll off the production line before the end of 2025. The new HiLux is set to be unveiled in the first half of 2025, with arrivals in Toyota Australia showrooms in the second half of the year, pending any unforeseen delays.
The all-new Toyota Hilux will likely borrow design cues from the new Toyota Tundra and will be based on an all-new platform – a version of the TNGA-F chassis that forms the basis of the new Toyota Tundra pick-up, Toyota Tacoma pick-up, and the LandCruiser 300 Series 4WD. This move will see the latest Toyota HiLux share its underpinnings with its US counterpart, the Toyota Tacoma, for the first time in two decades.
Few technical details are known about the next Toyota HiLux, but it is expected to have a diesel mild-hybrid powertrain. By the decade’s end, Toyota has already announced plans to introduce electrified power across nearly all models, including the HiLux. However, it is still being determined if hybrid, electric, or hydrogen technology would be chosen for the HiLux.
Standard features on base HiLux WorkMate models include halogen headlights, 16-inch steel wheels on low-riding variants or 17-inch steel wheels on hi-riding variants, fabric seat trim, a 4.2-inch information display, and an 8.0-inch multimedia touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity.
Although the Toyota HiLux is not available for sale in the United States due to high retail prices caused by taxes, owning one is perfectly legal. The average cost of a Toyota HiLux is about $22,029.68.