Tuesday, January 25, 2022

2023 Toyota Sequoia: early pix...








As expected, the all-new 2023 Toyota Sequoia does look nicer than the 2022 Tundra. Especially upfront.
Where the Tundra's monster grille is replaced by a slightly smaller one. 
As usual, the Tundra and Sequoia share most of their interiors (Tundra is the bottom pic)
Which, at least on photos, looks rather blocky and not that upscale at all.

The Sequoia will also be available with the Tundra's hybrid V6. It is rated at 18/24MPG in the Tundra and should be a bit better with the Sequoia. The Tahoe Diesel is rated at up to 21/28MPG.
Which means the new Sequoia could get pretty close. Without a diesel.

More on the new Sequoia really soon...

 

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Glad you were right. They didn't do the ugliest grille. Overall it looks pretty nice. One of the Toyota designs in a long time.

Anonymous said...

I am impressed at their restraint of not putting a floating roof in the back. Such as a black stripe. Also the windows are quite big and it appears you can see out fairly well. If there was one complaint, I would say in some angles the rear tail lights up here that they are slightly too low, and that the Hardline on the side rear that touches the tail lights might not be the best design even if it connects to the hard line they have in the front.

Unknown said...

Looks great, although we had to wait 15 years!