Toyota Vellfire Facelift Leaked Before Its Global Debut
A complete model redesign for the well-liked Toyota Vellfire MPV is imminent. First images of the new Toyota Vellfire have leaked online, showing the MPV at one of Toyota’s plants in Japan in full production spec. While the new Toyota Vellfire is anticipated to make its global premiere in a few days, an India launch is not anticipated anytime soon.
The new Vellfire appears to pick up where the older model left off in terms of aesthetics. Although the MPV has a distinctly Vellfire overall profile, closer inspection reveals numerous design variations. The side glasshouse is now a single unit that blends seamlessly with the huge front quarter glass and does not have a noticeable partition behind the driver’s door, to start. The MPV has a more upscale appearance thanks to the blackened pillars with a chrome outline.
The second-generation Lexus LM MPV, which recently made its debut, is the basis for the new Vellfire; yet, nearly every body panel appears to be unique. The Vellfire receives significantly more chrome treatment than its more modest sister because it is the upscale version of the Alphard.
The front of the MPV is mostly covered by a massive six-slat grille, encompassing some of the bumpers. The enormous grille features a giant Toyota emblem in the center and two layers of headlamps, with the bottom layer being slightly taller than the top one and holding the main projector headlamp setup.
A conspicuous connecting chrome strip that begins vertically below the headlamp on one side and connects to the other to form a U-shaped pattern is added to the bottom half of the Vellfire’s front. The MPV’s rear features a V-shaped tail-lamp enclosure with appropriate chrome accents, noticeable Vellfire badging, and a large Toyota logo in the center.
A sizable spoiler with a chrome frame is positioned at the top and contains the third stop lamp. The back also features a U-shaped chrome rim that connects vertically from one side to the other.
Although interior images are not yet available, it is safe to assume that the Vellfire will continue to provide a variety of well-equipped versions and seating options, including the executive lounge package that is also offered in the Indian market.
Although the next-generation Toyota Vellfire’s powertrain specifications have not yet been released, we anticipate them to be similar to those found on the new Lexus LM, which also uses the TNGA-K platform. Depending on the market, the new Vellfire’s 2.5-liter petrol-hybrid engine should have a variety of power levels.
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