New Toyota Avalon To Debut in Detroit in January 2018

New Toyota Avalon To Debut in Detroit in January 2018

The current Toyota Avalon was introduced in 2012 at the New York Motor Show and in January 2018, in Detroit, the Japanese will present the sedan’s new generation.
For this purpose and to attract attention to the new model, the manufacturer also published a teasing picture!

Toyota Avalon will debut on January 15, and the manufacturer says it will adopt a design similar to the new Camry, a dynamic and stylish one. As we can see in the teaser, the new Avalon has received narrow front optical blocks with LED lights and a massive radiator grille that will give the model a surplus of aggressiveness.
The shape of the radiator grille resembles that mounted on the new Toyota Crown.

The new Toyota Avalon is built on the TNGA platform, which it also shares with the new generation Toyota Camry, which means that Avalon could take from the smaller sedan the engine too.

Under the Toyota Avalon hood is a 3.5-liter V6 gasoline engine, delivering 305 hp and a maximum torque of 361 Nm. The unit works together with a six-speed automatic gearbox.

Of course, like the current model, the new Avalon will also benefit from a hybrid drive. This, most likely, will combine a gasoline engine with 4 cylinders, displacing 2.5 liters, and an electric motor in tandem to deliver around 210 hp.
The Avalon is Toyota’s premium sedan range and is offered in the US market, Canada and some countries in the Middle East.

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