Toyota introduced a new crossover with a digital mirrorApril 14, 2020
Toyota introduced the fourth-generation Harrier crossover. The model, built on the basis of the new RAV4, became the first model of the Japanese brand with a digital interior rear-view mirror, which can be displayed on the camera image.
Toyota Harrier is based on the new TNGA modular platform with McPherson suspension in the front and double wishbones at the rear. For the crossover, the Active Cornering Assist system was first available, which, by braking the wheels closest to the direction of rotation, helps to enter steep bends at high speed.
The base engine was a two-liter petrol “four”, developing 171 liters. from. and 207 Nm of torque. The engine, acting together with the variator, can work with both front-wheel drive and all-wheel drive.
In addition, two hybrid versions based on a 2.5-liter engine are available – with front-wheel drive and four-wheel drive. In the first case, the engine on the front axle helps the internal combustion engine, and their total return is 218 horsepower. The all-wheel drive version is complemented by a “green” motor on the rear axle – its units produce combined 222 horsepower.
The car’s equipment list includes a frontal collision avoidance system with pedestrian and cyclist recognition, as well as a panoramic roof with electrochromic glass.
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