Toyota Motor Corp. plans to introduce the redesigned 2014 Highlander crossover at the New York Auto Show this month.
The third-generation Highlander is expected to feature styling cues similar to those of the redesigned 2013 RAV4 compact crossover and the Camry sedan. Toyota is expected to continue offering a hybrid powertrain on the 2014 Highlander.
The mid-sized Highlander was Toyota's second-best-selling crossover in the United States last year after the RAV4.
Toyota has sold nearly 1.37 million Highlanders in the United States since the nameplate went on sale in January 2001. U.S. deliveries peaked at 137,409 units in 2005.
Last year Highlander sales rose 20 percent to 121,055 units.