Toyota Hiace 2020 interior revealed, coming with 13-seater layout

Feb 15, 2019 | Same topic: Car sneak peeks - Check it out!
The next-gen Toyota Hiace 2020 will get a fresh interior with better equipment.

Recently, some photos of the next-gen Toyota Hiace 2020 have been leaked online, revealing the van’s heavily tweaked front end with a new hood hinting that the mill has been move to the front.

This time, more pictures of the Hiace 2020 have surfaced, disclosing more details of this favorite van.

Toyota Hiace 2020 anglar front

Some photos of the next-gen Hiace 2020 have been leaked online

Toyota Hiace 2020 angular rear

Photo of the Toyota Hiace 2020

The model on the photos seems to be the entry-level variant, based on its lack of fog lamps and black bumpers. According to the interior photo, the Hiace 2020 will come with 13 seats and have better equipment for its seats. Each seat will be offered a 3-point belt and headrest for each occupant. Meanwhile, the seat for the driver is no longer a bench with a new 2-2-3-3-3 layout.

Speaking of the dashboard, it seems that the dash still retains its rectangular air vents and floating design, plus new side mirror coming with a 2-tier design. 

Toyota Hiace 2020 dashboard area

Speaking of the dashboard, it seems that the dash still retains its rectangular air vents and floating design

Toyota Hiace 2020 seats

The Hiace 2020 will come with 13 seats

The new Toyota Hiace 2020 is now much longer than the ongoing model. It measures 790mm in length, plus a 2,985mm wheelbase. On the other hand, the cabin’s size has been reduced, from 3,000mm to 2,380mm because the engine has been moved to the front.  The height is also shorter with just 1965mm, compared to the 1980mm height of the ongoing model.

The most noticeable thing in the Hiace 2020 is that it will come with a left hand drive, not a right hand drive as the current model.

So it is not too far from now until the new Hiace makes its debut. Keep calm and stay tuned!

Toyota Hiace 2020 length

The new Hiace is now much longer than the ongoing model

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