After a long, long, very long wait, Toyota will begin redesigning its body-on-frame pickups and SUVs this year onto its newly developed global platform, beginning with the Tundra and followed by the rest of the "Four Brothers:" the Sequoia, Tacoma and 4Runner.
Meanwhile, the brand is continuing to fulfill its long-standing promise to hybridize its lineup and will rejoin the electric vehicle ranks next year with the bZ4X crossover, the first of a new global family of battery-powered vehicles. While other EVs with the Toyota badge will come in the future, just what shape those vehicles will take remains an open question.
Toyota maintains that it will continue to soldier on in the sedan and coupe segments, especially as other competitors drop out as sales of those vehicles continue to decline. But it would not be surprising if the product plans for those vehicles slowed a bit further.