Revealed the first image of the new Toyota HighlanderApril 10, 2019
SUV shown using optical illusion
Toyota has shown a fourth-generation Highlander teaser using a three-dimensional installation. The art object, which is a 3D illusion, consists of 200 separate elements suspended from a fishing line. The public debut of the novelty will take place in the middle of the month at the New York Auto Show.
Three-dimensional installation created by artist Michael Murphy. The process of its preparation took two months and included a designer render of the car to create 3D prints, manual painting of each element and hanging all the parts in strict order to create an optical illusion.
According to preliminary information, the new Toyota Highlander will move to the TNGA architecture, it will become larger and more spacious. The exterior of the SUV will be based on the style of the latest RAV4. The 3.5 V6 engine will remain the same, although it can be upgraded. Also, will be the same four-wheel drive and eight-speed automatic transmission.
SUV is equipped with a 3.5 V6 engine with a capacity of 249 horsepower and 356 Nm of torque. Drive – full plug with the possibility of a forced distribution of 50:50 torque
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