No less than six units of the 2016 Toyota Hilux were transported by the truck, all of them suffering a fair share of damage. One of the Hilux workhorses got launched into the ditch, suffering big “bruises.” There’s no way around it: the most battered Hilux in the adjacent gallery is a write-off, anyway you look at it.
Lady Luck smiled upon the driver of the Isuzu truck, who got away with some scratches and, most certainly, soiled underpants. The highway patrol informs that elements such as the heavy load, the speed carried downhill by the truck and the corner at the end of the downhill section are to blame for this dreadful crash.
Considering that this is Toyota we’re talking about, and the 2016 Hilux is produced in Thailand, we’re keeping our fingers crossed an all-new batch of pickup trucks are on their way to the unveiling event in Bangkok. A little under 24 hours from the time of writing, the 2016 Toyota Hilux will also debut in Sydney.