The Toyota RAV4 has come a long way since it first arrived on the Aussie scene back in 1994, before anyone had heard the term ‘SUV’.
It’s been a stunning success for Toyota ever since, with more than 19 million sold around the world, and the new-generation RAV4 will draw on that success while adding all-new safety technology, a powerful hybrid powertrain and an off-road capable variant.
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The 2.5-litre RAV4 will have the option of torque-vectoring AWD and multi-terrain drive modes to help it grip, lending itself to a more off-road focused version called the ‘RAV4 Adventure’.
Infotainment is expected to include a standard 8.0-inch touchscreen with Apple CarPlay compatibility (sorry, Android users). Qi wireless charging will also be available.
This will also be among the most technologically-advanced Toyota models with semi-autonomous driving tech that includes auto braking, and lane-keeping assist that recognises white and yellow lines and, if there are no lines to track, will follow the car in front.