It would appear that images of the 2015 Toyota Rush facelift have been leaked online after scans of the sales brochure fell into the hands of the people at Judging from the photos, we can’t seem to tell if Toyota has embarked on some sort of radical overhaul for its models this time round – one only needs to see leaked shots of the next-generation Toyota Innova to see what we’re on about.

According to the folks over at Autonetmagz, the Toyota Rush/Daihatsu Terios facelift is due to have its Indonesian debut some time this month – not a nary of a hint has emerged regarding the same affair in Malaysia, though.

As is the case with radical facelifts, Toyota seem to have gone to town with this one as the updated Rush sports quite a number of significant aesthetic enhancements over the current model. First off, the front end has been restyled with a new bonnet design and multi-blade front grille. Elsewhere, combination projector head lamps are touted along with a chiselled front bumper that features redesigned fog lamp housings.


Moving on to the side of the car, a new spiral-design wheel gets pictured, of which we are quite certain that it will remain the same, size-wise. Also found here is a single, bold stripe that runs across the body and a closer look will reveal the TRD Sportivo tag – further hinting that this could be the range-topping variant.

Things look quite unfamiliar at the rear end, as well. For starters, there’s an added bee-sting antennae while the LED combination tail lamps feature a clear, ice-like outlook. Additional chrome accents are present in the form of a thin strip running right above the restyled bumper. Also included is a mildly reworked spare tyre housing that appears to have dropped the contrasting colour accents around the rim.

Unfortunately, the leaked scans only detail the exterior enhancements leaving the insides a mystery as far as anyone is concerned. Under the bonnet, we expect the Toyota Rush facelift to soldier on with the same combination of the 1.5 litre, four-cylinder 3SZ-VE engine with 109 hp and 141 Nm of torque mated to either a five-speed manual or four-speed automatic transmission.