In 1969 Triumph decided to facelift its range and chose Michelotti to restyle its model line-up, including the 2000 / 2.5 range of Saloon and Estates. The 2.5 PI Estate Mk II appeared as part of the new range featuring the new sleek front end design which incorporated the "family nose", however the rear design of the Carbodies built Estate remained unchanged.
The interior of the 2.5 PI received the new seats and trim of the rest of the range. Large slabs of semi-matt Teak veneer adorned the well equipped dash and continued along the door cappings. The 2.5 PI also gained improved instruments that now included a rev counter and multifunction warning light cluster.