Toyota has expanded its crossover range with TRD Pro and introduced a special version of its Sequoia model. The machine is equipped with a specially developed suspension, an updated information and entertainment system and a redesigned exhaust system.
The main difference between the Toyota Sequoia TRD Pro and the standard SUV is the Fox shock absorbers, which have a completely different design. Thanks to it, their stroke increases by 18 mm during movement. In addition, they have also received special protection, and because of their weight reduction, the hull is made of aluminum.
The SUV is equipped with full LED headlamps, 18-inch BBS aluminum alloy wheels, additional suspension protection (again from aluminum) and a redesigned exhaust system with black chrome tips.
The car features a premium audio system that works with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, Amazon Alexa Voice Assistant, Bluetooth and USB ports.
Under the hood of the Toyota Sequoia TRD Pro is the standard model for the engine. This is the 5.7-liter i-FORCE V8, which develops 386 hp and 544 Nm of torque. It combines with a 6-speed automatic transmission. The car has four-wheel drive – Multi-Mode 4WD based on the Torsen differential with a two-stage cut-out box and lower gears.
The standard equipment of the Toyota Sequoia TRD Pro also includes a TSS-P safety kit. It includes a pedestrian-prevention collision avoidance system, a lane tracking system, adaptive cruise control with full stop function, and a high-beam replacement system.
In addition to the Sequoia, Toyota’s TRD Pro range includes the 4Runner, as well as the Tundra and Tacoma pickups.