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●Toyota Harrier implements minor facelift
●The main content of the Harrier facelift
●Newly set PHEV specification "Z"
●Cannot be purchased even if it goes on sale in October
Toyota announced on September 26, 2022 that the Harrier will implement a minor facelift and also add a PHEV model.
The launch date for both gasoline and petrol-electric hybrid vehicles is October 4, and the launch date for plug-in hybrid vehicles is October 31.
In this minor facelift, the interior uses a display screen that can be connected to smart navigation.
In addition to the large 12.3-inch screen, it is also equipped with in-car navigation and "in-vehicle Wi-Fi" that turns the vehicle into a Wi-Fi hotspot.
The instrument panel adopts a 12.3-inch LCD color instrument + multi-function media display screen. The dashboard display is the same design as the new Lexus model.
The whole car comes standard with the safety warning Package "Toyota Safety Sense", and the early warning protection system adds the detection function of right-turning on the opposite road at the intersection and approaching pedestrians when turning left and right.
The facelift adds a plug-in hybrid, which can be selected in the highest specification "Z".
In addition to improving the driving performance driven by the motor, it also achieves a smooth and high-quality acceleration experience and excellent handling stability brought by a low center of gravity.
In addition to the exclusive water tank cover, the exterior design of the body also sets 4 color options including the exclusive body color gray metallic. Black paint is everywhere.
In the interior of the car, from the front trim panel to the door trim strips are designed with dark red trim with metal mesh texture.
An external power supply system with a maximum of 1,500W (AC100V), a rear seat heating function and a surround view image system with a bottom see-through function are listed as standard. For a Toyota SUV, it's top-of-the-line.
The number of the redesigned Harrier is not large, and many dealers in Japan stopped taking orders in early September.
While the launch date for gasoline and petrol-electric hybrids is set for Oct. 4 and plug-in hybrids for Oct. 31, they may not be available now.
The reopening of orders should wait until after the fall of 2024.
Original source:Toyota Harrier partially improved "PHEV" addition ... but order suspension before release?
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