Video: Toyota Revives The Venza Crossover
2023 Author: Natalie MacDonald | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-11-26 13:59
Five years after the end of production of the Venz cross-station wagon, Toyot introduced the second generation model. As before, the SUV sits in the Japanese automaker's lineup between the RAV4 and the Highlander.
The novelty is a copy of the fourth generation Harrier crossover, which is sold only in Japan. The SUV is built on the GA-K platform, which is also used by ToyotCamry, RAV4 and Highlander.
- The new Venz is 60 millimeters (4740 mm) shorter than the original model, 50 mm narrower (1855 mm), and the wheelbase of the novelty is the same as that of the RAV4 (2690 mm), which is 85 mm less than its predecessor. At the same time, the new crossover is 50 mm higher than the old model (1660 mm). The boot volume when loaded to the ceiling is 1028 liters, and the available wheels are 18- and 19-inch.
- The SUV is offered only with a hybrid power plant, consisting of an atmospheric "four" 2.5, a pair of electric motors that help the internal combustion engine, and an electric motor on the rear axle. It connects as needed. The total power is 222 horsepower. The hybrid powertrain allows you to drive only on electric traction, but how much is still unknown. Depending on the conditions, traction can be distributed between the front and rear axles in a ratio from 100: 0 to 20:80.
Second-generation Venz equipment includes adaptive cruise control, which remembers where to turn on energy recovery, 12.3-inch multimedia display, 10-inch head-up screen, built-in monitor in the salon rear-view mirror, touch-sensitive climate control unit, panoramic roof with electrochromic glass and 1200 W JBL speaker system.
- The first market to re-enter ToyotVenza will be the United States. Sales will begin in the summer, and the cost of the crossover has not yet been disclosed.
The first generation ToyotVenz SUV debuted in 2008 and was initially only available in America. In 2013, after restyling, sales of the model started in other countries, including Russia, but due to low global demand in 2015, the model was discontinued.
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