The 2020 Force Trax is available in four variants – Cruiser, Cruiser Deluxe, Toofan, and Toofan Deluxe. The ‘Deluxe’ variants get what the company calls ‘modern dual AC’; you get roof-mounted AC vents for the rear passengers and regular AC vents for the first row seats. The new Force Trax has undergone a minor facelift as well. The front fascia has been redesigned, with new headlamps, new front grille, and a new front bumper with integrated fog lamps. The BS4 model used to have exposed door hinges, but the BS6 has them hidden, giving the exterior a cleaner look.
The interior has also been redesigned completely, and gets a dual-tone theme (blue and brown). The dashboard is completely new, as is the instrument cluster. Even the seat upholstery is new. There are multiple seating configurations available here. The Trax Cruiser is offered with 9+D and 12+D seating options, while the Trax gets 11+D seating (D stands for driver).
The features list of the Trax has also been updated considerably. You get power steering, ABS, and EBD as standard. AC is only available in Deluxe trims though. The front brakes are disc, while the rear ones are drums. It gets independent double-wishbone suspension at the front, but sadly, the rear suspension employs archaic leaf-springs.