A good news for fans awaiting the release and specifically the features for the 2019 Toyota Avalon. A week before its official unveiling, a sneak peak of the Avalon is available. The worldwide unveiling of the car has been planned in January, in the 2018 Detroit Motor Show.
The image contains just a part of the large sedan’s front part which is garnered attention due to the feature that enables the model to have a LED daytime running light signature. The picture also provides an insight into the bumper which is bold and has an aggressive intake. This frontal periphery is flanked via upright slits. Not much is known about the upcoming Avalon as of now. It is more than likely that the TNGA or Toyota New Global Architecture platform shall be underpinning the new C-HR, Prius, and Camry.
The power is shared similar to the Camry range with a 224kW, 3.4-litre V6 along with a hybrid variant which houses a 2.5-litre capacity backed by a four-cylinder petrol engine and an electric motor as well. The US reports also suggest that Avalon shall house a Safety Sense driver-assistance technology which includes features such as blind-spot monitoring, adaptive cruise control, lane departure warning, autonomous emergency braking with pedestrian and many others as well.
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