Less than two months after the leaked photos of the new-generation Toyota Alphard’s rear and interior emerged, brace yourselves as we now have a glimpse of the new people mover’s front fascia.
This leaked photo of the purported new-generation Alphard first emerged on a livestream on the
くるまの教科書’s YouTube channel and has been making its rounds on the internet.
Although the lone shot of the new-gen Alphard is rather grainy, it does show off the MPV’s new headlights, which now features an intricate block-like pattern.
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Claims of the image being the new Alphard is further supported by a photo of the MPV’s headlight assembly. It appears that the Alphard could be offering two different head light designs, one with the aforementioned block-like pattern, followed by another design with a single strip of LED.
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Moreover, the block-like pattern of the headlights is in-line with earlier photos of the rear-end. The all-new Alphard also boasts a block-like pattern for its LED tail lights.
While the rest of the photo is too dark to discern more details, we won’t be surprised if the all-new Alphard boasts a massive front grille – similar to the outgoing model.
Speaking of the outgoing model, local Toyota distributor UMW Toyota Motor has discontinued the AGH30-generation model in Malaysia, as the company is working hard to clear its backlog orders.
Fret not, as reports from Japan are claiming that Toyota could debut the all-new 2023 Toyota Alphard as soon as May 2023, less than a month to go.
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