Toyota showed the rear optics of the new AvalonJanuary 5, 2018
The next-generation sedan will be built on a new modular chassis. The public premiere of the car will take place on January 15 at the Detroit Motor Show
The company Toyota has distributed a teaser model Avalon the next generation, giving an idea of the rear optics of the car. The public premiere of the novelty will be held January 15 at the Detroit Motor Show.
The new Toyota Avalon will be built on a modular TNGA chassis, which by 2020 will be the basis for most models of the Japanese brand. Thanks to this architecture, the sedan will get longer and wider, but it’s easier for the predecessor.
The engine range will include a 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine, and a more powerful V6 unit with a working capacity of 3.5 liters. The first will work in pair with the variator, and the top engine – with an eight-speed automatic transmission.
In addition, a hybrid modification will be available, the power unit of which will include a 2.5-liter engine and an electric motor. The total output of the units is 210 horsepower.
Toyota Avalon next generation will be offered with an advanced package of active safety systems Toyota Safety Sense. In particular, there will be adaptive headlights, head restraint system, and a function to prevent frontal collisions with the possibility of recognizing pedestrians.