Following a recent wave of model refreshes from Toyota, the Japanese company is now getting ready to unveil the all-new, 2019 Toyota RAV4 later this month at the NY auto show. It also shows the new model having a far sleeker profile, as well as sloping rear windows. Spy photos of the new SUV show angular headlights and a large square front grille that looks inspired by the Toyota FT-AC concept unveiled at the 2017 Los Angeles motor shown in November.
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We expect Toyota to put a bigger emphasis than ever on the RAV4's hybrid variant, especially considering the current buzz around fuel efficiency and crossovers (you'd think that if people truly cared about economy, they wouldn't buy crossovers and SUVs, but there you have it).
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Entering its fifth generation, the revamped RAV4 will sit on Toyota's TGNA platform, which now underpins the latest Camry, Prius, and C-HR and will likely serve as the foundation for most of the automaker's cars in the future. That's where Toyota will reveal its all-new RAV4, previewed in this initial teaser image.
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It is thought that it will be built on Toyota's new TGNA (Toyota New Global Architecture) platform that underpins the C-HR, Prius and the new Auris, which was revealed at last week's Geneva Motor Show. Scarce on details when it comes to the novelties the SUV will bring, the Japanese did say the official unveiling would take place on the show's first press day, on March 28. If the platform-sharing brothers are anything to go by the new platform should really give the RAV4 a boost in its segment.