Making its grand debut in March earlier in the year at the Geneva motor show where we all got a glimpse of the exterior. Toyota kept the doors firmly shut, only giving us small tidbits on what the interior could look like.
As of today, that’s all about to change as we’ve got official pictures to share of the cabin. Instantly eyes are fixated to the blue accent that runs the entire length of the dashboard and leaks onto the doors; then there is the 16-inch display (which is bigger than 2017 Porsche Panamera’s have). This is where navigation, media, remaining power and more are shown.
Various colour choices are on offer; Dark Grey, Black & Blue and Black & Brown and the list of optional extras are quite impressive; JBL Premium sound system, Bi-Tone metallic paintwork, 18-inch alloys and adaptive cruise control.
Several power plants are ready to power Toyota’s latest hybrid, with the most common one being a 1.8-litre petrol motor coupled with electric motor pumping out a combined 120 horsepower. Drive is sent through an automatic transmission and is either sent to the front wheels or all four of them.
The engine mentioned above is the same one powering the iconic Toyota Prius, which to some may seem underwhelming, however, there is a potential that a high-performance version is on the table as Toyota have hinted the idea themselves.
Toyota has yet to announce a price for the funky crossover which is due out sometime next year. While you are waiting in line for the pre-order books to open, why not check out new Toyota Rav 4 and used Toyota Rav 4 for sale in Dubai, Sharjah and Abu Dhabi.