Agree, you must give credits to the marketing staff though!Don't like how the Chinese media are hyping it to be 'RX at half the price' because of the original Harrier-RX duo. The Harrier has not been Toyota-badge RX since the last generation. The new Harrier/Venza is more related to NX.
In fact, FAW-Toyota Harrier is start promotional warm-up this weekend. It have a pre-prodution demo car will giving Guangzhou's few dealerships for tour-show next week. Dealership's words of commodity publicity is so fun.Agree, you must give credits to the marketing staff though!
I think the normal hybrid is becoming like ICE normalAt the Venza launch, I remember Toyota USA firmly saying there would be no Venza Prime. That makes me wonder if things have changed, or if it just won't be for the US market.
With modular platforms, it should not be difficult to mix-and-match between platforms, like the ICE front end of the TNGA-C with the middle and rear components of the e-TNGA.Well, Toyota Motor Europe talked about a new E3 platform (emotion, engagement and energy)
The Japanese carmaker Toyota plans to develop a new vehicle platform, with the abbreviation 'E3,' exclusively for European vehicles with hybrid, plug-in hybrid and electric drive systems. To speed up the process, the Japanese company will apparently partly use existing technology. As reported bywww.electrive.com
So it would be pretty easy to have PHEV/BEV from the beginning in the next generation GA-C models.
With better results than the UX300e, I hope...