Toyota Sequoia gets a special version and a new shadeAugust 12, 2020
The current generation Toyota Sequoia has been on sale for about 13 years. And Toyota decided to freshen up the model a bit by showing a special version and adding a new shade to the color palette.
The Japanese manufacturer has unveiled a special variation called the Nightshade Edition, which debuted at the Chicago Auto Show in February this year, and revealed its cost. So, the Sequoia in the special version costs from 60 120 dollars while for the all-wheel drive version you will have to pay 63 345 dollars. The Special Edition is based on the Limited trim level and additionally features black accents on the exterior.
Sequoia Nightshade Edition is available in Midnight Black, Magnetic Gray, and Blizzard Pearl. The special variant also received darkened logos, a lowered grille, moldings and more. As for the interior of the special version, black trim is used everywhere.
It should be noted that depending on the configuration, the cost of a simple Sequoia starts at $ 50,100, and the flagship Platinum – from $ 69,375.
At the same time, those who wish to purchase a new generation Sequoia will have to wait until 2022, since, according to a Toyota source, the generation change will occur at this time.
In addition, it was recently reported that the new Toyota GR 86 was spotted during road tests. The car was taken out for testing in the US state of Michigan. According to assumptions, the novelty will debut in July next year.
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