Toyota teases new Sequoia SUV with hidden message


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It’s out with the very outdated at Toyota.

The all-new alternative for the Toyota Sequoia can be revealed quickly.

The automaker has launched the primary picture of what seems to be the upcoming Sequoia SUV alternative, saying in its press launch that “something big is coming.”

Leaving much less ambiguity in regards to the mannequin being teased, Autoblog first found that adjusting the publicity on the picture reveals the message “All-new Debut: The Forest, and its trees, almost in view.”

The tallest Sequoias are found in California's Sequoia National Park.

The tallest Sequoias are present in California’s Sequoia National Park.

The Sequoia, in fact, borrows its identify from the world’s tallest timber.

The present model of the full-size, three-row SUV first went on sale in 2008 and is the oldest SUV design accessible for buy as a brand new car immediately.

The current Sequoia starts at $51,995.

The present Sequoia begins at $51,995.

Most particulars on the brand new Sequoia are nonetheless beneath wraps, however it’ll seemingly be constructed on the identical platform because the just lately launched Tundra pickup and will share one or each of its powertrain choices, which embody the 398 hp i-Force twin-turbocharged V6 and i-Force Max that mixes the V6 with an electrical motor in a hybrid configuration rated at 437 hp.

The new Sequoia is expected to share its platform with the 2022 Lexus LX that's scheduled to be in showrooms before April.

The new Sequoia is anticipated to share its platform with the 2022 Lexus LX that’s scheduled to be in showrooms earlier than April.

The platform can also be used for the most recent Lexus LX, which includes a 409 hp model of the i-Force and an impartial rear suspension, which the outgoing Sequoia has.

Toyota offered simply 7,364 Sequoias final 12 months in an more and more aggressive section that features the Ford Expedition, Chevrolet Tahoe and Jeep Wagoneer.

Source: Fox News

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