Toyota unveiled the 2024 Grand Highlander last December and today released a second preview focused on the SUV’s third row of seats.
Judging by its name and some clues, this new model is a stretched version of the midsize Highlander, with revised rear handling.
In the first images released in December, the Grand Highlander appears to have new Sequoia-inspired taillights, under which the new model is positioned in Toyota’s lineup.
Toyota says the biggest change from the current Highlander is that the rear seats will now comfortably accommodate adults.
In fact, the manufacturer wants the Grand Highlander to be a family travel favorite, while simultaneously offering up to eight passengers (similar to the current Highlander) and plenty of room for up to seven pieces of luggage. .
Images accompanying this latest preview show adults sitting in the third row of seats with extra legroom.
“Yes, the middle seat in front of him seems to be pushed quite far forward, but there still seems to be enough space to accommodate an adult in all three rows at the same time, which in a midsize SUV It’s generally difficult.” Antony Lemonde wrote: Ecolo Auto.
Specifications and equipment are unknown at this time, but the Grand Highlander is expected to share the platform and mechanics of the regular Highlander. People want it, so we can offer a hybrid engine. The 2024 Highlander will be a hybrid.
State-of-the-art comfort features
The new third row seats in the Grand Highlander are designed for comfort and convenience, with ample legroom and headroom for adult passengers. Additionally, the Grand Highlander is equipped with a host of cutting-edge comfort features, including:
Despite its spacious interior and cutting-edge features, the new 2024 Toyota Grand Highlander is also expected to be fuel efficient. Advanced engine technology and aerodynamic design let you enjoy a smooth and efficient ride without sacrificing power or performance.
We’ll have more details on this future 2024 model in less than a week when Toyota reveals it the night before the Chicago Auto Show.
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