The press service of the Japanese brand announced that in a couple of days, may 18, will be presenting two new models with hybrid powertrains. Innovations can be the Venza crossover and Sienna minivan, and maybe pickup Tundra.
With the spread COVID-19 (coronavirus) because of which were canceled all large and important car dealers, and events, debuts of new cars were rare in the past few months.
A couple of hours ago, the Japanese company Toyota has announced its plans to view “two completely new hybrid models” presentation will be held live on Monday, may 18. It is known that at the same event will also be shown and the hybrid sedan Toyota Prius 2021 model year version of the 2020 Edition.
In a press release, not even the personality of these cars, but we have some ideas about this.
There is information from one of the dealers that one of the novelties will be the Sienna minivan 2021 – this car will be available exclusively with a hybrid powertrain. The car is supposedly coming in the fall.
There is also a rumor that Toyota will revive the name for its new Venza crossover, which the company will produce at its plant in Alabama (USA). Production reportedly will not start until September 2021, which means that the novelty will go on sale in the 2022 model year. Existing information suggests that the vehicle will be available solely with a hybrid powertrain.
Pickup Toyota Tundra of the next generation also will reportedly get a new hybrid powertrain. It is reported that this is the electrified version of the twin-turbo 3.5-liter V6. A variant of this motor is installed in a full-sized sedan LS 500h, where his power is 354 horsepower.