Per AllCarNews, the automaker detailed its product pipeline at a recent dealer conference and someone took a picture that managed to leak online.
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From what we can see, Toyota will launch a Sienna Hybrid this fall (to rival the Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid) as well as an all-new crossover that remains unidentified at this point but would also offer a hybrid powertrain.
For 2021, a next-generation 86 coupe is coming (to be renamed “GR86”) and will reportedly feature the same 255-horsepower turbo four as the new 2021 GR Supra 2.0. Another all-new crossover is slated to arrive soon after.
In the fall of next year, Toyota will release the new 2022 Tundra (built on the TNGA-F platform), followed by redesigned 4Runner and Sequoia SUVs the year after that. A hybrid system using a twin-turbo V6 engine would replace the old 5.7-litre V8, which is exciting news.
According to AllCarNews, one of the two new crossovers will be derived from the Camry and bring back the Venza name. The other, a Corolla spinoff, could be the production version of the FT-4X concept. The Camry and Avalon will get a mid-cycle update for 2021 and 2022, respectively.
Over at Lexus, the same media outlet points to the next-generation IS arriving for 2021 and a sporty LC F coupe featuring a new twin-turbo V8 for 2022. The GS sedan will be terminated and replaced by a Lexus variant of the Toyota Mirai, apparently. The ES and LS will be refreshed for 2022.
To sum up, provided the COVID-19 pandemic doesn’t disrupt Toyota’s plans too much, prepare to see a number of new models starting in the second half of this year.