For global markets, Toyota has released a teaser image of its all-new Frontlander SUV. The new SUV is based on the Corolla Cross SUV, which has previously been released in a few overseas countries. The new Frontlander SUV is expected to debut first in China, followed by other regions.
The Frontlander SUV will be positioned beneath the existing RAV4 SUV. Toyota will construct it in collaboration with GAC. To be clear, Toyota already sells a variety of vehicles through its joint venture with GAC. It sells automobiles such the Wildlander and Crown Klugger, which are SUV siblings to Toyota's RAV4 and Highlander.
Most of the components of the new Frontlander SUV are shared with the Corolla Cross SUV in Japan. While all versions have the same side appearance, the Frontlander has several distinctive features like as new headlights, a new front main grille, and revised bumpers.
Toyota's TNGA modular architecture underpins Frontlander. The same design may be found in a variety of Toyota SUVs and sedans on the global market. The Frontlander is powered by a 1.8-litre petrol engine with hybrid technology. It will also benefit from AWD, which will come standard on the majority of models. There is no official confirmation if the SUV will be launched in the Indian market after its Chinese debut. Toyota India, on the other hand, may bring its RAV4 SUV to the country as the same has been spotted testing on the Indian roads a few months back.