What Toyota prepares for the next 3 years?

Toyota Land Cruiser 200

Toyota has recently announced that it will release 31 new cars from the brands Toyota and Lexus (facelift + new models) by 2021. And now it became clear what exactly they would be.

North American vice president and general director of Toyota Motor, Jack Hollis, told that the company is preparing to bring 19 new cars to the US market in the next three years. According to him, this number will include both facelifted and current models.

As you know, in the past few years Toyota has already released the new Avalon, Camry, and Corolla models. The SUVs and crossovers will also have facelifts very soon.

In particular, it is planned to improve such models as Highlander, 4Runner, and Sequoia. The oldest of these is the Sequoia SUV, which debuted in 2007 at the Los Angeles Motor Show. 4Runner is not much younger – the current, fifth generation of SUVs came out in 2009.

Although these two SUVs are old, they are not as important as the Toyota Highlander. The current generation of the SUV came out in 2013 and became a hit in the world. Including the US market where Toyota managed to sell over 215,000 units in 2017. In addition, its sales grew for nine years in a row.

Speaking of new Toyota vehicles, Jack Hollis did not reveal any secrets. However, it is known that a new SUV based on the FT-4X concept will be launched in the near future. This includes the release of the new generation of Land Cruiser 200.

In addition to SUVs and crossovers, Toyota is actively preparing for the serial launch of the new Supra sports car to be released in January 2019. Additionally, we can expect the renewed Prius Prime, which was presented at the Los Angeles Motor Show last week.

According to experts, Toyota will release in the next three years a facelift or a new generation of the following models: 4Runner, Highlander, Sequoia, Land Cruiser, Tundra, Tacoma, C-HR, Toyota 86, Sienna, Prius C, Supra and FJ Cruiser’s successor.

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