Toyota has released two images of the facelifted Avensis sedan and wagon which are scheduled to make their debut during the 2015 Geneva Motor Show. The 2015 facelift attempts to beef up the appearance of the car by delivering innovations in terms of comfort and safety.

Styled at Toyota's ED2 design studio situated in the South of France and developed by the company's R&D centre in Brussels, the new model gains a comprehensive makeover that enhances its bodylook and virtues. Very few details have been shared so we know for sure that the revamped Avensis will arrive with an overhaul of the engine range which will offer remarkable efficiency and performance.

The styling at the front end has been tweaked as well and is now brought into line with that of the rest of the most – recently produced cars by Toyota. Now, the silhouette of the 2015 Toyota Avensis is underscored by new and very attractive and more angular headlamps with integrated daytime running lights, more aggressive bumper and well – crafted bonnet. Alterations have been made at the rear too. The updates include new lights and nicely - designed bumper. Additionally, the chases is also expected to receive some cosmetic changes.

Even though we can't see the interior of this Toyota, fresh touches are said to have been added to the cabin as well. It now features a Safety Sense active safety technology that ensures better driving experience.

Toyota Avensis is expected to go on sale in UK this summer.

Toyota Avensis (2015) - picture 1 of 2
Toyota Avensis (2015) - picture 2 of 2

Source: Toyota