Toyota Has released a raft for upgrades Corolla, Corolla cross And RAV4 In the United States, and some of them indicate what we can expect to see here
The Australian division has already released some details about the updated Corolla and RAV4 and the new Corolla Cross, all of which The second half of 2022.
Toyota Australia made no further comment today.
The US-market RAV4 has received a new Woodland version for 2023, which incorporates a range of mechanical and aesthetic changes.
It is distinguished by bronze-colored wheels wrapped in Falcon Wildpick all-terrain tires, as well as by a black roof rack cross bar.
Other details include a black chrome-finished dual exhaust outlet, plus black badge and mud guard and a 120V inverter.
Beneath the skin, there is a TRD-tuned suspension that Toyota says has been engineered to control body and detach small bumps in both the trail and the pockmarked urban sidewalk.
The coil springs have been restored for off-road focus, where twin-tube shocks combine internal rebound springs and unique valves to help the RAV4 handle large bumps and dips.
The presence of bump stops helps to maximize compression-direction wheel travel.
The Woodland is the latest in a series of more rigorous-style crossover variants for the U.S. market, such as the Subaru Forrester and Outback Wilderness and the Ford Explorer Timberline.
Toyota Australia has previously confirmed that it will launch its latest generation infotainment system with RAV4 with USB-C connectivity, and Toyota USA has provided more details.
The system supports over-the-air updates and voice prompts, and you can call the virtual assistant with the phrase “Hey Toyota”.
It features cloud-based satellite navigation and wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, and will have 4G connectivity in the United States that will support a mobile hotspot.
The touchscreen is an 8.0-inch unit in most US-market 2023 RAV4s, where up-spec models get a 10.5-inch screen.
Also present in the up-spec RAV4s is a 12.3-inch digital instrument display.
Toyota is launching its Toyota Safety Sense 2.5 suite with active safety and driver assistance features, and the Australian division has confirmed that it includes emergency steering assistance (which can help panicked drivers get closer to the barrier to avoid an accident) and intersection pre-collision protection (which is the car). Prepares if it detects an impending accident that is coming out of an intersection).
These new features include adaptive cruise control in addition to autonomous emergency braking, pedestrian and cyclist detection, lane tracing assist (lane concentration), traffic sign recognition, blind-spot monitoring and rear cross-traffic warning.
The US-market Corolla offers an all-wheel drive option that offers all-foot traction without forcing buyers to switch to the hot GR Corolla.
It is an electronic on-demand set-up, with a rear-mounted electric motor to get the rear wheels in case of need.
It is available with an updated hybrid 1.8-liter four-cylinder powertrain, which Toyota Australia has confirmed produces 8kW more peak power for a total of 98kW for front-wheel drive versions.
Styling tweaks include standard LED daytime ring lights across the range and redesigned LED headlights on up-spec models.
There are new rear bumper designs, a redesigned front grille for the hatchback and new wheel designs, and interior and exterior colors.
Toyota Australia has previously confirmed that the Corolla will receive the new Toyota Audio Multimedia System and more security equipment, and Toyota USA has confirmed that the Corolla has received Toyota Safety Sense 3.0.
These include Pedestrian Identification, Adaptive Cruise Control, Lane-Keep Assist, Lane Tracing Assist, Traffic Sign Recognition, Autonomous Emergency Braking with Automatic High-Beam.
However, these features are already present in the current Australian-market model, although the Toyota USA Note will also have rear cross-traffic support and adaptive front lighting – none of which are currently present in Australian models.
The latter takes the low-beam lights to the curve based on the steering angle and speed of the vehicle.
It hasn’t been released yet and Toyota’s new small SUV is already getting various updates.
The Headline Act is a new fifth-generation Toyota hybrid system and electronic all-wheel drive with a total output of 145kW.
Although Toyota Australia has not confirmed the local output, it has confirmed that we will get this powertrain.
So equipped, the crossover can sprint 0-100km / h in 8.1 seconds.
Featuring a 30.6kW rear-mounted electric motor, the 2.0-liter hybrid powertrain has already been launched on the European-market Corolla Cross, as shared with new infotainment systems – Corolla and RAV4 – announced in the United States.
The 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster seems to remain a European monopoly for the time being, while the market has a variety of front-end styling.
The Corolla-like 2.0-liter hybrid is expected to be added locally by a front-wheel drive 1.8-liter hybrid, and a petrol-only FWD model has been confirmed for Australia.
Like its hatch and sedan siblings, the Corolla Cross also got the new Toyota Safety Sense 3.0.
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