Toyota unveiled a sneak peek on the coming redesign for the 2023 mannequin yr of its Sequoia.
Currently, in its second era, Toyota launched the full-size SUV to the U.S. for the 2001 mannequin yr. Last yr, the corporate offered greater than 8,000 Sequoias domestically.
In a teaser picture launched on Tuesday, the Sequoia seems to be getting a refresh, at the least within the rear design.
The third-row window is getting a extra bent angle versus the easy line on the 2022 mannequin.
While a lot of the taillights are obscured, it is clear that Toyota is giving them a facelift. The a part of the taillight previous the panel hole has a lowered size.
The line that stretches from the second-row doorways to the taillights will turn out to be extra pronounced as the road reaches the again of the automobile.
There additionally seems to be a brand new panel hole that develops simply above the rear tires.
Chrome accentuates the window trim, door handles and taillights.
The 2022 Sequoia is the corporate’s largest SUV, beginning at a base worth of $50,500. Its closest relative, the 2022 Toyota 4Runner, begins at $37,305.
The solely engine possibility accessible for the present Sequoia mannequin is a V8 engine paired with a six-speed computerized transmission that places out 381 horsepower. Buyers can select between rear- or four-wheel drive.
The 2022 Sequoia will get 13 miles per gallon within the metropolis, whereas freeway driving nets 17 miles.
Last yr, Toyota unveiled an overhauled model of its Tundra full-size pickup truck for the 2022 mannequin yr. The truck’s grille was enlarged and a chrome strip borders it—strains ranging from the entrance turned extra pronounced.
The Tundra is constructed on the corporate’s new TNGA-F body-on-frame platform, which is probably going the identical platform that will likely be used for the brand new Sequoia.
A date for the 2023 Toyota Sequoia’s debut has but to be introduced.