When buying a Toyota people are rarely concerned with reliability and safety issues, since behind each and every vehicle by this brand, stand hundreds of thousands of hard working employees across the globe, latest technological advancements, countless years of uncompromised reputation, and dependability ratings which will let you keep the car for decades. Today, lets talk about the 2020 newcomers of the world’s favorite carmaker, will they enjoy massive sales numbers in the upcoming model year, even with the looming automotive crisis?
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#1 2020 Toyota Tacoma
The new Toyota Tacoma looks fresh, is more high tech on the inside and thanks to the set of advanced safety features, will keep you safe on the road. Moreover the TRD Pro off-road package makes it a beast when the pavement runs out.
#2 2020 Toyota GR Supra
2020 Toyota GR Supra is built in cooperation with BMW and the brand’s Gazoo Racing team, offering perfect 50:50 weight distribution, a top speed of 155mph, and a 0-60 acceleration in 4.1 sec.
#3 2020 Toyota Highlander
The six generation Toyota Highlander arrives for the 2020 model year fully redesign. It is built on the brand’s global platform and is offered in two powertrain modifications. The gasoline 3.5L V6 starts sales in December 2019, while the hybrid model will be hitting the market in February 2020.
#4 2020 Toyota Camry and Avalon TRD
Toyota continues its TRD streak into the 2020, now introducing the enhanced versions of the mid-size Camry and premium full-size Avalon sedans. The models share the core updates developed by the Toyota Racing Division, including chassis upgrades, more aerodynamic exterior styling, and a new exhaust system.
#5 2020 Toyota Corolla Sedan
It hasn’t taken long for the sedan version of Corolla to follow in the footsteps of the hatch and go through a generation change. Riding on the new Toyota’s New Global Architecture platform it becomes safer, quieter on the inside.
#6 2020 Toyota RAV4 TRD
After a more than successful launch of the new generation RAV4, Toyota has started to further expend the world’s best-selling crossover’s lineup. This is the first time Toyota Racing Development is working on this model and as it’s obvious from the name, the new trim involves the better capabilities off the paved roads.
#7 2020 Toyota 4Runner Venture Edition
The current fifth generation of the Toyota 4Runner hasn’t had a major refresh since 2010, but for 2020, it gets a few markworthy equipment upgrades. It also arrives in the limited explorer-oriented Venture Edition.
#8 2020 Toyota 86
This entry-level sports car from Toyota enters the ninth production year of its first generation in 2020, so by the standards of the modern automotive industry, it no longer a youngster. However, thanks to the carefully crafted yearly updates, the Toyota 86 is still kicking nowadays.
#9 2020 Toyota Yaris
For the 2020 model year, the Toyota Yaris hatch arrives with a bunch of standard equipment, such as new 16-inch aluminum wheels, body-colored power mirrors, a 7-inch infotainment, and an array of safety systems.
#10 2020 Toyota C-HR
The smallest crossover in Toyota’s U.S.-spec range, the CH-R was introduced only for the 2018 model year, but it is already getting its first facelift. Its front fascia is redesigned, it gets more standard features, and all of its 3 trims offer new in-cabin amenities.
#11 2020 Toyota Mirai Concept
The second generation of the world’s first production fuel cell car is previewed by as a premium sedan with cutting edge technology and performance. Based on Toyota’s rear wheel drive platform it is roomier than ever, but at the same time has sporty coupe like design.