Next-Gen Toyota Sequoia Comes To Life In Unofficial Rendering

A new Toyota Sequoia is in the works. In February, we gleaned future Toyota information from a reliable insider who established 2022 as the year of the next-gen SUV’s arrival. To Toyota’s credit, the Sequoia’s new look is a well-kept secret. Fortunately, there are talented rendering artists like Nikita Chuiko at Kolesa.ru that we often look to for a glimpse into the future. We’re offering that now with this fictional version of the next-gen Sequoia.

With no prototypes or even test mules to work with, this render is based on the current model with an eye on popular automotive design trends. As such, the theme here is evolutionary versus revolutionary, with the Sequoia still easily recognizable in its new skin. Thinner headlights with vertically oriented high beams are definitely a trendy design feature, and they help give this Sequoia interpretation a clean, chiseled face. The grille doesn’t appear to be getting bigger, but its grille is a bit more prominent.

Toyota Sequoia Rendering rear

In profile, we can see the influence of RAV4. The angled body lines at the top of the front fender mirror the wheel arches of the smaller SUV, although the actual openings in the Sequoia remain round. A slight crease in the beltline and body line at the rear door is another modern design theme, as is the RAV4-style floating roof element on the D-pillar. At the rear, this new Sequoia Generation also takes a page from the RAV4 with a similar lower bumper and thin, edgy taillights.

Although this is a work of fiction, these renderings paint a very realistic picture for the future Sequoia and could easily pass for reality. We obviously do not know if Toyota is of the same state of mind, but what is we know that the current Sequoia is old. In the extremely rapid evolution of SUVs, the current model clearly dates back to 2008. Toyota gave the Sequoia a very modest refresh for the 2018 model year, followed by a TRD Pro upgrade in 2019. It never did. been a volume seller, however, and sales have declined steadily since 2016 to just over 10,000 units delivered in 2019.

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