In 2022, Toyota is set to deliver improvements and upgrades for the most part. The market should see electrification technology, major and minor changes, and redesigns.
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Here’s the 2020 lineup grouped according to vehicle categories:
- Camry — Carryover model with styling tweaks, new infotainment screens, and active safety features. There’s a new trim (SE Nightshade Edition). Some changes to the paintwork are present in the LE, SE, XSE models.
- Avalon — Carryover model with cosmetic tweaks and changes to the 4- and 2-WD configurations.
- GR86 — The new model has up to 23 more HP and 28 lb-ft more torque, a more aerodynamic look, updated 2+2 seating, and advanced safety additions (only in automatic transmission models and not six-speed versions).
- Corolla — The Apex Edition, sedan, hatchback, and hybrid (with 52 mpg combined).
- Prius — The FWD and AWD-e models will get Nightshade Editions.
- Mirai — Carryover model.
- GR Supra — Mostly a carryover model with a limited edition offering for 2022 (GR Supra A91-CF Edition) — only 600 units will be made. The edition comes with an Alcantra and leather trimming inside, a carbon fiber aerodynamic body kit, Brembo (red calipers) front brakes, and other minor changes.
- 4runner — A new TRD Sport trim blends a rugged aesthetic with suspension suited for streets. It also has a front spoiler, TRD-style scoop on the hood, 20-inch wheels, leatherette-trim seating, and both minor and significant differences between the TRD and the TRD Pro models.
- Corolla Cross — The model offers AWD, room for cargo, low-key styling, multimedia touchscreens, and wireless phone charging.
- C-HR — Carryover model
- RAV4 (Standard, Hybrid, and Prime) — Carryover model, with significant demand for the Prime plug-in hybrid.
- Highlander — Carryover model with a new Bronze edition (bronze-colored wheels and interior accent, with color options that include Wind Chill Pearl, Midnight Black Metallic, and Cement Gray (trim-exclusive)).
- The Venza, discontinued in 2015, is back as a dedicated hybrid with AWD and is unchanged for 2022.
- Land Cruiser — The redesigned 2022 global version with off-road capabilities and an eye-watering price tag won’t be available in the US.
- Sequoia — Carryover model.
- Tundra — The new version has twin-turbo V-6 engines instead of V-8, has a 12,000-pound towing capacity, air suspension and active dampeners, Android Auto, and wireless Apple CarPlay, 10-speed automatic transmission, 437HP, and 583 lb-ft @ 2,400 rpm.
- Tacoma — Rubberized floor lines, lockable bed storage with drain hole, colored accents, 4WD on Trail Edition, front suspension higher by 1.1 inches and rear by 0.5 inches, skid plates, 16-inch bronze wheels, grille with bronze letters, and rear locking differential.
- Sienna — The Woodland version bridges the gap between SUVs and minivans. It comes with a 35-mpg hybrid powertrain, 0.6 more inches of clearance than the standard version, heated front seats with synthetic leather covers, a 12-speaker sound system (JBL), roof rails, and a 1,500W outlet (located in the cargo section).
To Wrap up
In 2022, Toyota models include new additions like revamped and greener engines, trim and color updates, and carryover models with a few different or slightly updated looks and features. It is likely we will see increasingly greener cars from all manufacturers this year but this has been the lineup for Toyota.