The Toyota Hilux — known as the restyled Tacoma in the US — has earned a legendary reputation for toughness across the world over its 60-plus year history. Toyota has revealed the latest model of the Hilux, a four-door short bed version called the Invincible-X. A new front end differentiates the Invincible-X from the rest of the Hilux range, along with LED lighting front and rear. A roll bar and Invincible text formed into the tailgate and rear fenders make it known exactly what you're driving. Under the hood is an all-new 2.8-liter diesel making 201 horsepower and a massive 369 lb-ft of torque, mated to either a six-speed automatic or six-speed manual transmission, and driving all four wheels via all-wheel-drive. The Hilux Invincible-X will start rolling out to dealers around the world November 2020.