Toyota continues to expand its hybrid drives in the SUV category.


The Toyota RAV4 Hybrid now combines a hybrid drive (with a 2.5-liter gas engine) and an additional electric motor, for the rear wheel drive. The electronic four-wheel drive ensures more safety while driving, and the car can also pull a trailer of up to 1650 kilograms.

The upgraded Toyota RAV4 differs from its predecessor through its new front, with LED headlights, different door sills that enhance the elegant design of the side lines, and new rear lights and bumpers. The interior of the cockpit has been diversified by a refreshed gauge cluster and color touch display, and a 360-degree supervision system, for the area around the car. The scope of the safety systems is also quite extensive, with the pre-collision system and autonomous braking as stand-outs. The refreshed RAV4 is coming to car showrooms in December, and the RAV4 Hybrid will be available at the beginning of 2016.

May 12, 2015 Driving photo: Toyota

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