Toyota has confirmed UK sale details for the updated version of its Hilux pick-up.

Major changes are the availability of a new 2.8-litre, 204hp diesel engine, and exterior styling changes mainly to the front end of the truck, including a restyled grille and bumper.

There’s also reworked suspension, and a new automatic limited-slip differential is available.

The range starts with the entry-level Active trim, which compared with the pre-facelift version has gained Toyota’s Safety Sense package as standard, including autonomous emergency braking, adaptive cruise control, lane departure alert and road sign assist.

From the next trim level, Icon, the revamped Hilux gets an updated 8in infotainment touchscreen, said to feature faster touch responses and improved software, with Apple Carplay and Android Auto connectivity.

Icon also gets the new differential, along with existing standard equipment such as 17in alloy wheels, side steps, rear privacy glass, a reversing camera, power-folding door mirrors and LED front fog lights. 

Next-level Invincible trim gains new-look 18in alloys, LED tail lights, front and rear parking sensors, heated front seats and a de-icing control for the windscreen wipers, alongside other standard equipment such as LED headlights, smart entry and start and automatic air conditioning.

Top-spec Invincible X trim gets dark matte grey bodystyling elements, and has also gained ambient interior lighting and a JBL premium sound system, alongside other standard equipment such as two-tone dark leather seat upholstery, power adjustment for the driver’s seat and sat-nav.

So far Toyota has only confirmed prices for the Invincible trim level, which starts from £29,158, and Invincible X, priced from £32,533 (both excluding VAT). 

Pre-sale reservations for these versions will open on 1 September, ahead of all versions going on sale in November, with prices for the Active and Icon trims being announced nearer that date.