New model will ride on the company’s newest architecture currently employed by the Camry and Avalon.
The subsequent-generation Toyota Highlander has been teased ahead of its debut at the 2019 New York motor show subsequent week.
The teaser image above is basically aspect of a 3D art installation featuring 200 cardboard pieces suspended from the ceiling.
From most angles, it is an unintelligible mess, but viewed straight side on, it previews the fourth-generation crossover.
Below the skin, the new Highlander, which probably be sold once more as the Kluger in Australia, is anticipated to ride on the Toyota New Worldwide Architecture (TNGA).
Versions of this platform are currently discovered underneath the newest Prius, C-HR, Corolla and Camry models. If these cars are any guide, the new Kluger really should be lighter, far more nimble, a bit far more effective, and far more entertaining to drive.
The business has but to offer additional information about the new Kluger, but seating for up to seven men and women, and front- and all-wheel drive alternatives are practically assured.
Energy will possibly come from the company’s three.five-litre V6, which in Camry tends to make 224kW of energy and 362Nm of torque, and is tied to an eight-speed automatic transmission.
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