The teaser image shows a rear ¾ shot of an SUV.
Now that the Tundra is out, it’s the Sequoia’s turn.
The Toyota Sequoia was originally launched way back in 2000. Always a competent full-size SUV, it never quite managed to hold its own with the American offerings. The 2nd generation launch a millennia ago (2007) and its biggest problem was, six years ago, that it was lagging behind the competition on numerous levels. The new 3rd generation Toyota Tundra will be ready to take all on.
There’s little to go on with the shared teaser image. That matters little as we can easily guess that its styling will nestle somewhere between that of the Tundra and the new Land Cruiser, both of which share a structure and powertrains.
Like the Tundra, the Sequoia will be fast-forwarded into the 21st century with a pair of boosted V6 engines. One of the engines will feature Toyota’s hybrid technology and produce an impressive 437 horsepower and 583 lb.-ft. of torque. Both engines will be coupled to a new 10-speed automatic transmission.
Toyota does not exactly specify when we’ll get to see the new Sequoia. Their words are simply: “A clear picture will come into view soon. Stay tuned.”