Toyota's LandCruiser Prado looks to have been given a makeover, if these photos published today on a Russian website are to be believed.
The timing is about right, too, with the current version of the big fourth-generation Prado making its Australian debut back in 2009.
For 2014, it appears the Prado is to get a new face. These images show a completely new headlight design and a toughened-up grille with a thicker chrome frame and beefed-up bars.
The new grille does away with the bottom edge of the chrome frame, while the redesigned headlights now feature a sharp lower extension with LED daytime running lights.
Changes at the rear end are less extravagant, limited to a new lens design for the existing tail-lamps and a bolder new garnish and number-plate surround.
Images of the 2014 Prado's interior have yet to surface, although we can likely expect new comfort features and safety technologies.
Engine options are expected to carry over largely unchanged, that will mean the familiar 4.0 litre six and 3.0 litre four-cylinder engines will likely soldier on in the new model
Watch for more details to surface in the coming weeks.