The Prado's new face features a 'two-step' layout - which Toyota say accentuates the vehicle's rugged appearance - and bolder evolution of the classic Prado grille.
A comprehensive interior upgrade combines new switchgear and instrumentation with enhanced trim and ornamentation, improved second and third row seat designs with new fabrics, and new interior colour schemes.
DRLs (Daytime Running Lamps) are a feature of all models, along with better third-row seat access and safety upgrades including trailer sway control, and emergency brake signalling.
The refresh will retain the current Prado's engine choice of 4.0-litre petrol and 3.0-litre turbo-diesel powerplants.
Now midway through its fourth generation, the Prado debuted in Australia in 1990.