What Toyota Models Will Be Released in 2021?

2021 Toyota Highlander Hybrid SUV

As one of world’s leading car manufacturers, Toyota has continued unveiling new models and improving existing models, making them some of the more robust and better cars available on the market at the moment. In the recent past, Toyota has been releasing hybrid versions of specific models, such as the Toyota Camry, Toyota Yaris, among others. Below are four Toyota models you can expect to be released in 2021, according to https://www.elmoretoyota.com/.

1) 2021 Toyota Hilux

The first Toyota Hilux was produced in 1968, which was the 1st generation model. The current Hilux is the 8th generation, which was first produced in 2015. Since 2015, Toyota has been improving this model constantly by fine tuning the exterior, interior, and the engine. The 2021 Toyota Hilux will come with a powerful 2.8-liter diesel engine producing 201hp. 10 seconds will be all it will take for the car to go from 0-60mph. Besides the engine, the exterior has also been revamped with a new bumper, aggressive LED Lights, and 18 inch alloy wheels, making the Hilux very stylish. The 2021 Toyota Hilux will also come with Android Auto, and Apple CarPlay. The 2021 Toyota Hilux will be available for sale from November 2020, and will retail at an estimated cost of £27,000.

2) 2021 Toyota Highlander Hybrid SUV

If you love SUVs, then the 2021 Toyota Highlander Hybrid might just interest you. This SUV has been in production for two decades now, and the 2021 version has a lot to offer. The 2021 version is a 7 seater and comes with a one engine option (2.5-litre petrol engine), coupled with 2 electric motors – one for each axle. It has a combined power rating of 241bhp and fuel consumption of around 42.8mpg. The interior has some minor improvements, such as a partial digital cluster, a large infotainment system, and many control buttons. The 2021 Toyota Highlander will come with Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, head-up display, and wireless charging as standard. The 2021 Toyota Highlander will be available from early 2021 and is expected to cost £37,000.

3) 2021 Toyota Yaris Cross

The 2021 Yaris Cross will be the smallest and most affordable SUV from Toyota. The 2021 model will come with a 1.5-liter petrol engine, coupled with an electric motor, and combined produces 114bhp. The CVT transmission in this model will ensure refinement and ride quality. The best part is that with the 2021 Toyota Yaris Cross, you will have an option of going for either a front-wheel or all-wheel-drive version. While there isn’t much that has changed in the exterior and interior, you will get Android Auto and Apple CarPlay as standard. The 2021 Toyota Yaris Cross will be available in January 2021, and will cost an estimated £21,000.

4) 2021 Toyota Venza

Toyota manufactured the first Toyota Venza in 2008. Over the years, they have continually made improvements to refine the ride quality and comfort. The 2021 Toyota Venza will be sold as a hybrid SUV. It will come fitted with a 2.5-liter inline engine , coupled with a lithium-ion battery. Combined, this will generate 219bhp. The 2021 version is an all-wheel vehicle and comes with great exterior and interior improvements. The car will be available in February 2021, and the price will range from £30-£40,000.

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