Toyota held the presentation of the fourth-generation Harrier crossover.
The car is created on the new RAV4 platform. The novelty is the first model of the company, which received a digital salon mirror, where the image from the camera is displayed.
At the core of the Toyota Harrier is the brand new TNGA modular architecture with McPherson front suspension and dual rear wishbones. The crossover, for the first time, acquired the Active Cornering Assist system.
The base engine is a 2.0-liter petrol V4 with 171 horsepower and 207 Nm, working with a CVT. The model will appear on sale with both front-wheel drive and all-wheel drive.
Also available are two hybrid versions based on a 2.5-liter engine, which is available front-wheel drive with four drive wheels.
The equipment list includes a frontal shock prevention system with pedestrian recognition with cyclists, plus a panoramic top with electric chrome glass.