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New 2025 Toyota 4Runner Rendered Before April 9th Reveal

New 2025 Toyota 4Runner Rendered Before April 9th Reveal

Exactly seven days following Toyota’s initial tease of their latest 4Runner model, the car manufacturer has shared a little more about what to expect from the forthcoming vehicle. Today, they’ve spotlighted the 4Runner’s distinctive roll-down back window through a photo and a video, further announcing that the vehicle will officially be unveiled next Tuesday, April 9.

Our associates over at Kolesa have put together some mock-up images that speculate on the appearance of this new SUV.

Entering its sixth generation, the 4Runner is set to take over from its predecessor, which has been on the market for a remarkable 15 years. Despite what you might think, this longevity has translated into significant success, particularly in the U.S., where sales began climbing in 2014, reaching a high in 2021. Interestingly, even with a slight drop in sales last year, the figures were still higher than those of its debut year, a rare achievement in the car industry.

The upcoming 4Runner is expected to be built on Toyota’s TGNA-F truck platform, much like its contemporaries: the Land Cruiser, Tacoma, Tundra, Sequoia, and the Lexus GX and LX models. Retaining its rugged body-on-frame structure, the 4Runner is anticipated to fit just below the new Land Cruiser within Toyota’s off-road vehicle range.

It’s likely that the 4Runner will inherit its engine options from the recently updated Tacoma. The base model could sport a 2.4-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine, with the possibility of a hybrid version being introduced later on. In its basic form within the Tacoma, this engine produces 220 horsepower, which can be upgraded to 278 hp in higher-spec models. Additionally, the hybrid i-Force Max powertrain, combining the same engine with an electric motor, delivers 326 hp.

The new 4Runner is expected to be available in various trim levels, ranging from the standard SR5 to the more opulent Limited edition, including versions tailored for off-road enthusiasts like the TRD Pro. Following Toyota’s trend with its latest trucks, the 4Runner will feature an updated interior design and be equipped with the modern technological advancements one would anticipate in a vehicle of the 2025 model year.

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