2020 Toyota 4Runner Updates (TSS-P, Android Auto, CarPlay, Army Green color, etc)

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by Gecko, Feb 7, 2019.

  1. Gecko
    Gecko Staff Member Administrator
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    Despite many folks hoping for a larger refresh, Toyota showed the barely-changed 2020 4Runner in Chicago today along with the TRD Pro Sequoia, 2020 Tacoma and 2020 Rav4 TRD Off Road.

    Revisions (may change as we get more information about the rest of the model line):
    - TRD Pro gets standard push button start
    - Inclusion of TSS-P
    - New 8" head unit with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, Amazon Alexa
    - Revised tachometer to accommodate TSS-P
    - Slightly redesigned lower grille portion to accommodate TSS-P

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  2. Tragic Bronson
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    Android Auto and Apple Carplay :pray: Just missing LED headlights since most buyers can live with the tried and true older powerplant.
     
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    4,500 rpm red line?!

    What is this?
    That 1gr surely has a higher red line
     
  4. Joaquin Ruhi
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    Jack Hollis' speech at the 2019 Chicago Auto Show adds that the instrument panel (and not just the tachometer and 8" head unit) is new on all 2020 4Runners. And the TRD Pro news release notes the addition of 2 additional rear-seat USB ports.

    That is strange. Official 2019 4Runner specs note 270 hp @ 5,600 rpm and 278 lb-ft of torque @ 4,400 rpm.
     
  5. Gecko
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    Toyota got busted for photoshopping a tach from the Land Cruiser Prado/150 - thus the diesel-like redline :)
     
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    who knows what is that though... Prado's diesel redline starts at 4400 rpm, not 4500 rpm. These pics are always photoshopped but it seems like author used something else, maybe some other vehicle with similar diesel, like Hilux or something
     
  7. Gecko
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    Yes, they were asked about it by Jalopnik and responded as such.
     
  8. spwolf
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    seems he just read wrong info from somewhere, lol... I actually check all of their diesels right now, nothing had 4500 rpm red line in real life. And I never saw Toyota shot down a rumor so fast.

    Does that mean that Tundra diesel wont happen? They shot diesel in the USA so fast and so strong, compared to their usual "no comment" policy that I think we can strike off any future truck diesels.
     
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