- We managed to spy the 2024 Toyota Grand Highlander at a testing site near our Michigan office.
- The extra length is immediately noticeable in photos. to see it the toyota It plans to slot the new three-row SUV into its lineup for the 2024 model year, filling the space between the standard Highlander and full size sequoia.
- The Grand Highlander’s full reveal is scheduled for February 8 at the Chicago Auto Show.
Toyota is gearing up to unveil its new Grand Highlander SUV at the Chicago Auto Show on February 8 The teaser it released last week gave us a glimpse of the styling direction, but didn’t show much in terms of size. Fortunately, we were able to snap a few photos of a heavily camouflaged version, giving us a better understanding of the Grand Highlanders’ newfound length.
We won’t fully understand the Grand Highlander’s size until we see one up close and check out a spec sheet, but from the spy photos we’ve captured, it’s clear that Toyota’s new mid-size SUV has grown considerably. Standard Highlander. The front end looks boxy, although the details are hard to make out with the car wrapped like a Christmas present. We expect Toyota to extend the wheelbase for the new SUV as a way to improve third-row space without reducing cargo volume. The rear overhang also appears to have increased, hopefully indicating an increase in storage space.
We expect the Grand Highlander to come standard with the 265-horsepower turbo-four found in the current 2023 Highlander. We know from the original teaser that it will get some version of Toyota’s Hybrid Max drivetrain, which appears to be the same 340 horsepower hybrid system found in the Crown sedan.
We are still in the dark about the interior. Toyota might plan to make the interior of the Highlander bigger and make it more luxurious as well as spacious. The cabin, along with other specs and information, will be revealed in a few months at the Chicago Auto Show when the Grand Highlander makes its official debut.
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