Toyota C-HR and 2021 Avalon sedan received special versionsJune 21, 2020
The Japanese company presents exclusive versions of the compact Toyota C-HR crossover and the full-size Toyota Avalon sedan. Newer versions have been designated the Nightshade Special Edition.
If you want more style in your new Toyota, you’re in luck. According to the press service of the Japanese brand, the compact Toyota C-HR crossover and the full-size Toyota Avalon sedan (both models in the 2021 model year) will be available in the new Nightshade Special Edition. A feature of the new exclusive version will be “darkened” exterior. It is also reported that by the end of this year, 10 Toyota models will receive the same Nightshade Edition trim.
There is no complete information about what the Nightshade Edition will bring for the two above-mentioned Toyota models, or about what trim levels the new version will be based on.
But we can expect that Nightshade’s CH-R and Avalon will be similar to similar versions of the Tacoma, Tundra and Sequoia models. At the moment, it is not known how much more expensive the C-HR crossover and the full-size Toyota Avalon sedan in the new Nightshade Edition will be compared to the regular versions of these models.
The Corolla sedan also has a version of the Nightshade Edition, with Toyota’s darkened exterior emblem, 18-inch rims, blacked out bumpers, door handles and exterior mirrors. It turns out that the new Avalon in the Nightshade version of Avalon will replace the XSE performance in 2021.
Not so long ago, our publication wrote that elements from the TRD sports division are available for Toyota Venza 2021. The Japanese mid-size crossover model year 2021 can now be ordered with exterior elements from the Toyota Racing Development (TRD) sports division.
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