Guys it's not a genie lamp here
Sequoia has the right size as a true offroader SUV , yes I know it's a direct expedition, Yukon and Durango competitor and rival as all are BOF truck based
But while the American put their trucks towards long journey on-road trips with bad approach/ departure angles, Toyota put the Sequoia more towards off-road trips with lil bit shorter wheelbase and better angles
The problem with your sentiment is that most American buyers aren't looking for a large/full size SUV costing $60,000 - $80,000 primarily for off-road usage plus many of the Sequoias' direct competitors also offer models that provide stellar off road capabilities without sacrificing comfort/utility for daily on road driving situations.
As per Automotive News which is generally accurate (https://www.autonews.com/dealers/lexus-dealers-excited-new-electric-tx-crossovers)Any idea when this year TX will be reveled?