Toyota teases all-new 2024 Toyota Grand Highlander three-row SUV, set to make global debut on February 8 2023.
Image shows a rear end with a set of taillights and a “Hybrid Max” badge on the bottom left of the tailgate.
In the Crown sedan, the “Hybrid Max” uses an hybrid powertrain, which produces 340-hp and 400 lb-ft of torque.
The larger and more Toyota Grand Highlander grows the automaker’s SUV family as the ultimate road-trip vehicle.
Japanese automaker, Toyota, on Thursday posted a teaser image for its upcoming 2024 Toyota Grand Highlander SUV, which will make its global debut on February 8, 2023 at the Chicago Auto Show.
Equipped for family adventures, the more spacious and more powerful 2024 Grand Highlander three-row SUV will be a perfect addition to the Highlander lineup, which was first introduced in 2001.
As expected from a teaser, Toyota only shared a single image showing rear end with a new set of taillights and a “Hybrid Max” badge on the bottom left of the tailgate.
In the Crown sedan, the Hybrid Max moniker uses a turbocharged 2.4-liter four-cylinder paired with two electric motors, which produces 340-horsepower and 400 lb-ft of torque.
In its Ad, Toyota says the larger Grand Highlander SUV will be “sophisticated, spacious, and powerful,” calling the latest addition to the Highlander lineup “the ultimate road-trip vehicle.”
Want to be the first to know more about the upcoming Toyota Grand Highlander SUV? Tune into Toyota’s YouTube channel @ToyotaUSA on the eve of the Chicago Auto Show, February 8, 2023.