The 2016 Toyota Avensis sedan and wagon will be officially presented to the public in early March, at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show, as the carmaker has recently announced.
After introducing the third generation of the Toyota Avensis back in 2009, during the Paris Motor Show, and the facelifted version three years later, at the Frankfurt Motor Show, time has come for Toyota to officially pull the wraps off yet another facelifted version of the Avensis, during the 2015 Geneva Motor Show. The updates will be made for the both body styles of the model, the sedan and the wagon, and the company says that the vehicle has been styled at its own design studio, in France, while the development has been made in Belgium, by the Research and Development Center.
The 2016 Toyota Avensis is believed to gain the regular changes which will include the new front and rear bumpers, the modifications made to the lighting units, the new design for the alloy wheels and probably some new colors. The interior design will be updated too but no details on this have been announced so far. The facelifted Avensis will also get some tweaks to the chassis, along with a new range of engines which will provide improved performance and efficiency. This version of the Toyota Avensis is expected to be made until 2018 when the D-segment vehicle will be axed. We are not sure at this time whether a replacement will be added to the lineup.