Toyota RAV4 will receive the version of Adventure Gear for heavy off-roadDecember 30, 2019
Toyota Industries has prepared for the Tokyo Auto Salon, which will open its doors on January 10, the RAV4 Adventure concept, which was thoroughly prepared to conquer even the most fierce off-road.
Toyota Industries Corporation, part of the Toyota Group, “pumped” the RAV4 crossover to participate in the upcoming tuning show in Tokyo. The conceptual model was called Adventure Gear, and its main feature was a special package of “off-road” improvements, writes the foreign portal carscoops.com. So, the developers supplied the popular Japanese crossover with powerful off-road wheels and tires, as well as a spectacular body kit, which included convenient side steps. Another useful detail is the roomy roof rack.
Unfortunately, it is not yet known what the feed of the car looks like: in the photo the rear of the RAV4 Adventure Gear has not yet hit. Experts expect to see a small ladder here, making it easy to climb the roof.
Whether the future of the production model is waiting for a new modification, one can only guess. However, experts do not exclude that hotel off-road elements of the concept can get to commodity crossovers.
Recall, a month earlier, the Japanese company showed a new RAV4 Prime 2021 model year at the Los Angeles Auto Show. This SUV received a 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine with a return of 176 hp, combined with a rear electric engine. Acceleration to 60 miles per hour (96 km / h) takes only 5.8 seconds for the new car, and on one electric traction the car will travel up to 63 kilometers.
Recall that earlier we talked about the concepts that Daihatsu will bring to the exhibition in Tokyo. Among them are the most personalized key cars and the TAFT model revived in a new quality.
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