After the change of generations Toyota Harrier will be called VenzaJanuary 23, 2020
The premiere of the fourth generation car will take place this spring.
Today, fresh information has appeared on the new generation of the Toyota Harrier crossover. The first images of the car were published in the Japanese edition of Mag-X. The new fourth generation will be much like the popular RAV4 crossover, and outside of Japan it will be sold under the name Venza. The new crossover is built on the fifth-generation RAV4 platform.
Note that its wheelbase is slightly larger than that of its “brother.” With a length of 4,725 mm, the distance between the axles is 2,660 mm. It is already known that one of the new items will receive a seven-seater saloon. The manufacturer shared information about the engine range of the updated car – it will consist of three power units.
The base will be a 2.0-liter naturally aspirated engine, which is installed on the Toyota RAV4. Also from RAV4, the new car will receive a hybrid power plant based on a 2.5-liter engine.
In addition to them, in some trim levels, buyers will be able to count on a 2.0-liter turbocharged engine. Today, Toyota Harrier is sold in Japan, but after generations it will reach the United States, where it will be sold under the name Venza.
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