Saturday, January 22, 2022

2023 Toyota Sequoia: new pix...






We just saw a new teaser (HERE) but these new photos show us much more. At least, we can see the new 2023 Sequoia has an almost normal-looking grille. Not the ghastly one from the 2022 Tundra.

The profile actually looks nice. In a very conservative, but maybe timeless sort of way.
As we mentioned earlier, the new Sequoia is expected to use the same powertrain choice as the 2022 Tundra. And probably, a very similar interior.






 

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Just done so much better than the tundra. Similar grill but it doesn't extend all the way towards the ground, and the overall shape is just so much better. Love the rear has that Chrome piece that is reminiscent to the old 4Runner or even the Jeep Grand Cherokees of the previous generations. The side is square and a little bit blocky, and some angles of even reminiscent of the Volkswagen atlas. Overall this looks really good and is maybe one of the better Toyota designs of the past few years.

Anonymous said...

Ah, I agree with Anonymous and you, Vince. Way better done than the Tundra. This is going to be a hit on the used market with overlanders and vanlifers someday. Or more affluent new ones when it comes out.

Anonymous said...

Lots of pinchy-squeezy elements in that rear area.

Anonymous said...

This appears to be a HUGE step forward compared to the previous gen

Anonymous said...

There is a new rendering made by fans floating around online, and they show the grill going all the way to the ground like the tundra. And it looks really bad. I am sure the Sequoia will have variant like that as well.

Vince Burlapp said...

I have seen the rendering you mention But I think it must have been done before these new pix were out. I don't think the Sequoia will have a version with the horrible Tundra grille.

Anonymous said...

I hope it doesn't. But I could totally see Toyota making a sport variant with that different grill, or a luxury variant having a different grill. They do it with their Highlander and their pickups now.