In pics: Toyota's next-gen Harrier 2021 is splendid. Here's why
'Harrier' is originally Toyota's mid-size SUV which has been around since late-1997.
Toyota's next-gen Harrier recently appeared online in a promotion video leaked on Instagram. The company had announced its plans to release the new SUV in June this year.
Despite a simple structure, the side view of the next-gen Harrier offers a dynamically changing body cross section.
The new Harrier has a front view that emphasises its sharp styling through the continuity of lines flowing from the front upper grill through to the headlamps.
The combination of a narrowed coupe cabin with sports car-like wheel housings extending from both sides of the body gives a generous ruggedness to the rear view.
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The SUV also gets a thin, sharp line of tail lamps and stop lamps.
The centre console inside the new Toyota Harrier gets a wide and imposing impression of a horse's saddle.
The interior gets synthetic leather treatment, and bentwood-inspired wood tones and piping throughout.
A panoramic sunroof, used for the first time by Toyota, is equipped with electric shades and electro-chromatic windows.
The new Harrier uses the TNGA (GA-K) platform for its basic structure. This creates a highly rigid body with a low centre of gravity in pursuit of both ride comfort and vehicle driving performance with a focus on driver sensitivity.
The Digital Inner Mirror, used for the first time by Toyota, enables recording of images to the front and rear of the vehicle while driving.
First Published Date: 13 Apr 2020, 12:56 PM IST
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