The latest news about Toyota's all-new body-on-frame platform opens up a lot of possibilities for the automaker's future lineup. It's quite clear that the company strives to do the same thing now as they have finished with the TNGA architecture. While the TNGA underpins numerous cars and crossovers, the new body-on-frame platform, which has been hypothesized to be named the F1, will be in charge of the maker's entire pickup lineup. Likewise, the F1 will reportedly underpin three SUVs: the next-gen Land Cruiser, Sequoia, and 4Runner. As far as we've discovered, the last one is under advancement as we speak. Unofficially, the hard-core off-roader will make debut in the second half of the next year as the 2021 Toyota 4Runner.
The next-gen 2021 Toyota Highlander is practically ready to hit the roadways. New Highlander will provide a lot of updates both inside and outside. This SUV will stay a three-row model with space for eight passengers. It is a real family favorite and a perfect prospect for longer journeys.
The current upgrade of this super-reliable truck has brought a lot of fascinating novelties. Nevertheless, we are still waiting for the genuine thing, for a complete redesign. At this moment, there aren't a lot of details about it, but you can check out a lot of reports on various reports that flow on the network. In these reports, you can see all type of speculations, but a waste majority of the put focus on the hybrid version. With no doubt, a hybrid powertrain is a certain thing for future Tundra. Nevertheless, we can't say for sure when this is going to occur. Those most optimistic reports are recommending that might come already like the 2021 Toyota Tundra Hybrid.