The Remarkable 2024 Toyota Highlander and the Redesigned Project

The new 2024 Toyota Highlander would be coming with redesigned style. The company has released a confirmation that they are going to release their Highlander SUV as the 2024 model. The new model would be an eco-friendly ride with sedan-like comfort that is able to accommodate 7 people. It is perfect for families and people in need of more space while traveling. Toyota seems to be quite confident with their hybrid Highlander because it has been one of the best-selling variants in a decade.

The new Toyota Highlander is available in three trim levels: SE, XLE, and Limited. Find out what each one has to offer. The new Toyota Highlander is an SUV that offers plenty of space for passengers and cargo. It comes standard with four doors, seating for five people, and a large trunk.

The base model starts at $25,000 and includes a 2.7L 4-cylinder engine, front-wheel drive, and a 6-speed automatic transmission. This trim level also features 17-inch alloy wheels, air conditioning, power windows, remote keyless entry, cruise control, and more.

Design and Construction

2024 Toyota Highlander
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The 2024 Highlander has been created as a midsize SUV having tons of comfort and space. With 109.3 inches of wheelbase and 191.1 inches for the overall length, the vehicle is definitely roomy and spacious. The SUV has been designed as a nice family ride with spacious interior cabin. The safety features are also nice and supportive.

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The Redesigned Project

The 2024 Toyota Highlander Redesign project remains coming and designed as a family SUV, with modern and sleek exterior and impressive safety packages. It will remain versatile and affordable, and the fuel efficiency feature would be improved. Expect some standard features, including heated (and also ventilated) seats on the front and rear, with reclining back seats. On the outside, expect finding modern lines with chrome grille. Also expect headlamps, grille surround, and turn signals to be coming with silver finish. Integrated and big lower air intakes would highlight the fender area.

2024 Toyota Highlander
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What to expect from 2024 Toyota Highlander related to the interior cabin? The cabin would be definitely bigger with improved fabric (for the seat) and more legroom. The interior has modern vibe and sleek style. With 15 degrees angle, the center console is designed for improved comfort. Not to mention that the redesigned work is meant to boost safety and protect the passengers. Materials like leather and premium upholstery (and also finer stitch) should be expected from this model.

2024 Toyota Highlander
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New technologies should be expected, including (Dynamic) Radar Cruise tech and more connectivity options. New high-end infotainment system should also be expected, allowing users to stay connected to the internet even when driving.

Powertrain and Performance

The SUV has its own Hybrid Synergy Drive technology. Not to mention that there are 4 different engine options that buyers can choose. It runs on V6 unit with 3.5 liter capacity that can generate 280 hp. Another option is the 4-cylinder unit that can produce 240 hp. Another one would be a V6 unit with 3.5 liter capacity that produces 270 hp and a V8 unit with 5.7 liter capacity for 320 hp. It would be paired with standard auto 6 speed transmission.

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Price and Release Date

If everything goes as planned, the new Highlander would be offered in 3 different trims of SE, LE, and EL. The new one would be lower but wider and longer. The price is predicted to be set around $39,000. Since it is designed as a 2024 model, it’s most likely available since 2023. Expect the upcoming 2024 Toyota Highlander to accommodate up to 8 people conveniently, making long trips convenient, pleasant, smooth, and comfortable.

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