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The Toyota Hilux Invincible

Recycling the Hilux name from a few years ago, Toyota is bringing out a new model called Invincible to boost it's presence in the pickup market.

Distinguishing itself from the others, Invincible carries a whole different aesthetic featuring a lot of chrome trim at the air intakes and fog bezels, the sidebars and steps. It's definitely an attention getter, especially when all that chrome is paired up with the Island Blue metallic paint option.

Inside, the cabin is more opulant, with cloth upholstery, a leather wrapped handbrake. Options include leather interior and 17 inch alloy wheels. Hoping to expand it's customer range, this variation is available with an extended cab, a choice of two or four wheel drive and a selection of engines and transmission options.

Toyota Remains World's Biggest Automaker In 2013

The competition was fierce, and there was a lot of talk, it seemed that every automaker was going to be the one to dethrone them in 2013. Despite everything though, Toyota held firm, and remained the world's biggest automaker in 2013. Toyota had hoped to be the first automaker in the world to sell more than 10 million vehicles in a single year, but stopped short of that figure with sales of 9.98 million cars. The Japanese automaker has already said that they will beat that number in 2014, forecasting a 4 percent increase, bringing sales to 10.32 million units. That number, and Toyota's continued success is especially impressive, considering the major setbacks that company continues to suffer from after the 2011 earthquake-tsunami disaster that happened in Japan. It has held the crown in every year since 2008, the exception being 2011 when the disaster wiped out production for the year. Prior to 2008, GM had held the top spot for nearly 80 years!

Toyota's TRD Goes Off-Road

Best known for supplying it's racing parts and accessories to street-legal cars, Toyota's Toyota Racing Development (TRD) is expanding it's line-up to supply factory-installed off-road kits to Toyota's line-up of trucks. Starting with the 2015 model year of four-wheel-drive versions of Toyota's Tacoma, Tundra and 4Runner light trucks, TRD Pro editions will be the most advanced off-road package that Toyota has ever offered. Ready for extreme off-roading, TRD Pro editions will be backed by Toyota's same 3-year/36,000 mile warranty as stock models.

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