The All-New 2020 Toyota Highlander

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The All-New 2020 Toyota Highlander and New Fuel-Efficient Vehicles Showcased at the Washington Auto Show.


Toyota Motor’s 2020 Highlander and new fuel-efficient vehicles, the 2021 Mirai and 2021 Toyota RAV4 Prime will make their appearance at the Washington Auto Show, held January 24 – February 2 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center. Toyota Highlander, the best-selling mid-size SUV car, will showcase its 4th-generation model, featuring a bold, distinctive new design with the familiar safety, comfort, and reliability of its predecessors. Additionally, the 2nd-generation Toyota Mirai will make its Washington DC debut, highlighting Toyota’s latest effort in hydrogen-powered full cell electric vehicles (FCEVs).

2020 Highlander

With a new bold, yet functional shape stemming from the Toyota New Global Architecture (TNGA-K). The 2020 Toyota Highlander enables greater capability, comfort, and safety than ever before. The all-new 2020 Toyota Highlander offers the choice between a powerful V6 engine or new-generation hybrid powertrain, with the gas version offering an EPA-estimated 23 MPG combined fuel economy and the Hybrid offering a manufacturer-estimated 36 MPG combined fuel economy. Like recent models, the 2020 Highlander features a third row for even more family adventures.

Available in five grades, the Highlander starts with a new L grade, then layers amenities and technology in the LE, XLE, Limited, and the top-of-line Platinum. Cutting-edge entertainment and connectivity are provided through the vehicle’s intuitive and versatile multimedia system, including a new largest in segment 12.3-inch multimedia display on the Platinum grade and 8-inch on all other models. The available new JBL Premium Sound System delivers a whopping 1,200 watts of power to turn any music source into a mobile concert.

2021 RAV4 Prime

The most powerful and quickest Toyota RAV4 ever, the Toyota 2021 RAV4 Prime will arrive at dealerships in summer 2020. Build on the popularity of the Toyota RAV4 Hybrid, currently, the best-selling hybrid vehicle in the market with sales up 72% over last year. The Toyota RAV4 Prime amplifies both performance and efficiency, reflecting Toyota’s more than 20 years of hybrid vehicle leadership.

Notably, the Toyota RAV4 Prime uses regular-grade gasoline — just not much of it. With more powerful motor-generators, a newly developed high-capacity Lithium-Ion battery, and a booster converter. The 2021 RAV4 Prime yields an 83-horsepower jump in total system output over the RAV4 Hybrid. Also, the most horsepower in its segment, with an estimated 302-horsepower, advanced all-wheel drive, sport-tuned suspension, and exclusive design features. Toyota projects 0-60 mph acceleration in 5.8 seconds, which is quicker than the RAV4 Hybrid (7.8 sec.) and in a league with luxury and performance SUVs that come nowhere near this remarkable fuel economy.

2021 Mirai Sedan Concept

Toyota 1st began developing fuel cell technology at the same time as hybrid-electrics. And unveiled its first fuel cell vehicle with the Mirai’s launch in 2015. Rebooted as a premium sedan with cutting-edge design, technology, and driving performance. The all-new 2nd-generation Toyota Mirai will make a splash at this year’s show.

Built on Toyota’s premium rear-wheel-drive platform. The vehicle debuts a dramatic yet refined coupe-inspired design with an improved passenger room. And comfort and uses a sustainable powertrain to meet a broad range of mobility needs with zero emissions. In addition to the latest FCEV advancements. Toyota is also working to develop a line of battery electric vehicles (BEVs) in its electrification roadmap. So, the 2nd-generation Toyota Mirai will go on sale in late 2020.

In addition, Toyota Motors will have several mobility prototypes and concepts on display. It also includes the LQ Concept, the Micro-Palette, Human Support Robot, and the FV2 Concept. Thus, each will offer a glimpse into what Toyota envisions is to come as a leader in the mobility space.

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