Correction: Friday, February 8, 2019, 10:45 a.m. ET: An earlier version of this story incorrectly stated that there was evidence that Toyota plans to bring a diesel version of the 4Runner to the US market. Toyota denies plans to bring this or other diesel engines to the US market. UU And he says that "diesel is not currently part of our strategy for North America. We remain optimistic with conventional engines, hybrids and fuel cell technology. "We greatly regret the error.
During the Toyota launch event for the new Rav4 on Thursday before the Chicago Auto Show, the group's vice president and the general manager of Toyota The division of Toyota Motor North America, Jack Hollis, said that "every 4Runner is equipped with a new instrument panel." He fully explained the extremely important fact that this new instrument panel has a tachometer that only increases the revolutions at 4500 rpm.
The current generation of Toyota 4Runner, which has been in production since 2009, presents only one engine for global consumption. The 1GR-FE V6 is the 4-liter long service that Toyota has made available in almost all of its SUVs and trucks since 2002. Unless Toyota has suddenly been in shape to reduce the red line of the 6000rpm 1GR to 4500 rpm.
It was a little complicated for Toyota to get that image in their press conference, which is seen in the video below at the time mark 15:44, but a little funny that I was not yet ready to play that card.
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