SUV fans in North America should keep one eye trained on the Moscow Motor Show later this month.  Toyota will unveil a Euro-spec version of the Toyota Highlander for the Russian and Ukranian markets, and it could hold a great deal of similarity to the facelifted model due for the U.S., according to Autoblog.

The model set for Eastern European markets has a dynamic hexagonal grille, with triangular headlights.  Fog lights are set into a contrasting section of the bumper, which is more bulbous than the U.S. model.  These bulges are also reflected in the fenders, doors, and rear panels.  The lower section of the bumper is also completely remade.

Potential customers in the states looking for a more aggressive and sporty version of the Highlander may want to wait at least until the end of the month.  With a bit of luck, the fate of the facelifted model may be revealed in Moscow.

Gallery: 2011 Toyota Highlander first image and details surface

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