Toyota’s new Sequoia SUV has received its first set of specifications and photos, which will be available in North America initially. The new Toyota Sequoia enters its third generation in 2023, succeeding the second-generation SUV that debuted in 2008.
- The Toyota Sequoia is the company’s largest SUV at the moment.
- With hybrid technology, it gets a 437hp 3.5-litre twin-turbo petrol V6.
- There’s also a TRD Pro version for off-roading.
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What is the Toyota Sequoia?
The Sequoia, which is primarily aimed at North American and Middle Eastern left-hand drive markets, has replaced the Land Cruiser 200 as Toyota’s premier SUV in the United States, as the firm has no intentions to introduce the Land Cruiser 300 there.
The new Sequoia shares certain components with the Toyota Tundra pickup truck, as well as the new Land Cruiser 300 and the Lexus LX600 luxury SUV. The Sequoia has independent front suspension and a multi-link rear suspension system. Optional features include adaptive dampers and a load-leveling air system for the back.
Exterior and interior shots of the Toyota Sequoia
The SUV has a rugged appearance throughout thanks to its butch style and high stance. The grille design varies by variation and affects the SUV’s front appearance. It has squarish wheel arches and strong fenders. With a tapering rear glass, the D-pillar has a forward angle.
The Tundra shares certain interior parts as well. The SUV comes with three rows of seats on all models, with captain’s chairs in the second row on select models.
Among the standard features of the Sequoia are Toyota Safety Sense 2.5, heated seats, a sunroof, a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster, and a panoramic-view camera system. Typically, an infotainment screen will range from 8 to 14 inches in size. An infotainment screen can be anywhere between 8 and 14 inches in size.
Engine and off-road equipment for the Toyota Sequoia
A single 3.5-liter twin-turbo V6 petrol engine is available under the hood. The i-Force Max engine replaces the V8 seen in the previous-generation Sequoia and produces 437 horsepower. The single transmission option is a ten-speed automatic. For all trim levels, customers can choose between a two-wheel-drive system and a part-time four-wheel-drive system. With the TRD Pro package, only 4WD is offered.
The TRD Off-Road Package is available on select four-wheel-drive variants. A locking rear differential, 18-inch wheels, the Multi-Terrain Select system, downhill assist control, and crawl control are all included. Bilstein shocks and upgraded springs are also available.
Toyota also offers a TRD Pro version of the Sequoia, which has Fox internal bypass shocks, a 0.25-inch front skid plate, a locking rear differential, Multi-Terrain Select, crawl control, and downhill assist control, as well as Multi-Terrain Select, crawl control, and downhill assist control. The front grille has an LED light bar, and the roof has a storage rack.
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Toyota’s upcoming launches in India
In India, Toyota currently sells the Fortuner and Innova Crysta. The Hilux pickup truck will be released in March of this year, according to Toyota. In addition, Toyota will launch a new midsize Creta-rivaling SUV in India this year, which will be developed in collaboration with Maruti Suzuki “as read and reported by www.autocarindia.com”.