United Kingdom, make your acquaintance with the new Toyota Highlander. It’s been available in the US, Japan, and many other markets since 2000, however this most recent adaptation which was uncovered at the last year’s New York Motor Show will at long last reach the Toyota dealerships in Europe one year from now. The Japanese maker has quite recently disclosed the seven-seat model for the UK market, where it’ll go at a bargain toward the start of one year from now.
The three-push SUV joins the effectively wide scope of Toyota high-riding models for Europe, which incorporates the C-HR, RAV4, and the as of late presented Yaris Cross. The Highlander underpins Toyota’s ‘GA-K’ stage, which additionally supports the Camry and RAV-4, and will only be sold as a hybrid model. In the currently outgoing models of the Toyota Highlander, a 2.5-liter petroleum motor is accompanied by two electric motors, one of which is mounted on the back pivot for an efficient all-wheel drive drivetrain. Toyota claims 42.8 mpg, which appears to be an incredible figure for an SUV of this size. The pinnacle yield is evaluated at 244 ponies with CO2 emanations of 146 g/km and normal fuel utilization of 6,6 l/100 km, both estimated by the new WLTP cycle. As per Toyota, these numbers speak to the best power to CO2 balance in the segment of this three-row SUV.
Toyota has also listed a portion of the dimensions of this upcoming SUV, which are – again – equivalent to the U.S. numbers. These incorporate a 658-liter boot, which can be extended to up to 1,909 with the second column of seats collapsed.
As far as safety features are concerned, the Highlander will be sold with Toyota’s Safety Sense scope of security and driver-assistance highlights. For Europe, the bundle comprises of a pre-crash framework with dynamic steer help to stay away from an impact, street sign help, adaptive cruise control, programmed high beams, lane departure cautioning, and much more.
No costs or specs are yet made available for the upcoming Toyota Highlander. The SUV gets a bundle of tech features that will incorporate a digital rearview mirror, remote telephone charging, Apple CarPlay/Android Auto, a number of USB ports, and all the most recent dynamic security tech. Cost details are expected to be uncovered nearer to the marked launch date.