2020 Toyota RAV4 Engine Performance - Toyota Cars Review
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2020 Toyota RAV4 Engine Performance, The new RAV4 will get a new platform: Toyota New Global Architecture or TNGA. The TNGA platform is larger than the current platform RAV4 uses. Since it is larger, we are going to see 2020 Toyota RAV4 redesign. Including in the redesign is a bigger headroom and legroom, providing more comfort to driver and passengers alike.
Toyota RAV4 Model
With a larger platform, the new 2020 Toyota RAV4 will undoubtedly become a larger vehicle. However, this does not necessarily mean that it will be heavier. On the contrary, the new platform allows the 2020 RAV4 to be more dynamic. According to Yoshikazu Saeki, the chief engineer of RAV4, the 2020 RAV4 is 4% lighter than the current one.
The new RAV4 not only will come with more power, it will also come with more efficiency as well. It will use a new 2.5-liter inline-4 engine which is capable of generating 15% more horsepower than the current one. As for the fuel economy, the number has not been released yet but Toyota has promised that the new RAV4’s fuel economy will be the best-in-class.Yes, we are going to see 2020 RAV4 hybrid. Among the nine trims that will be available, the quickest trim is the XSE hybrid. It shouldn’t be surprising since the XSE hybrid is the upcoming RAV4’s performance model.
Toyota RAV4 Interior Features
The new 2020 Toyota RAV4 will be Toyota’s first vehicle that will be available in an all-wheel-drive system. But, it’s not just an ordinary all-wheel-drive system. It will use Toyota’s Dynamic Torque Vectoring which features Driveshaft Disconnect. This allows the RAV4 to distribute 50% of total power to the rear wheels as well as direct it to individual wheels in case it is needed.The upcoming RAV4 will also have a Multi-Terrain Select feature.
This feature allows for maximum traction in various terrains, including dirt, rocks, sand, mud and even snow.The available hybrid trims will use AWD-i-system as well as a higher grade motor. With both of these, the hybrid trims will have more output and better steering. Pure battery electric or plug-in hybrid is not likely to be available. This is because the RAV4 is designed to have a balance between performance and efficiency.
via : Toyota