NEXT STAGE: Redesign in 2023
With no significant signs that Toyota is considering a return of the FJ Cruiser, executives will be keeping a close eye on the success of the new Ford Bronco lineup to guide the redesign of the Tacoma-based 4Runner midsize SUV in 2023. The redesign onto the brand’s body-on-frame F1 platform should allow designers and engineers to greatly improve the 4Runner, with the off-road performance package getting extra goodies to accompany Toyota’s latest safety and infotainment offerings, and with a hybrid powertrain for added power and torque. If done right, a redesigned 4Runner might be able to interject itself into an otherwise two-way debate between the Jeep Wrangler and Bronco among off-road enthusiasts.
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