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Toyota RAV4 received a sports version (photo)

Toyota RAV4 GR Sport has changed appearance, and sports seats have appeared in the cabin. The crossover has improved handling and is only available in the most powerful hybrid versions.

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Toyota continues to expand its GR Sport lineup. Previously, sports versions appeared in the Yaris, Corolla and Land Cruiser, and now this option is available for the 2023 Toyota RAV4 model year. This is reported by the official website of the Japanese brand.

Toyota RAV4 got a sports version (photo)

Toyota RAV4 received a sports version (photo)

The new Toyota RAV4 GR Sport is recognizable by its special 19-inch wheels and black grille. In addition, high-gloss black decor has been added to the bumpers, sills and tailgate.

Toyota RAV4 got a sports version (photo)

Toyota RAV4 received a sports version (photo)

The interior of the Toyota RAV4 has power sports seats trimmed with artificial leather and Alcantara. The display of the virtual instrument panel has been increased to 12.3 inches diagonally. Also, GR Sport logos appeared in the interior and on the body.

The Toyota RAV4 GR Sport crossover is available only in the most powerful hybrid versions with a 2.5-liter petrol four and two electric motors. In a standard hybrid, the output of the power plant is 222 hp. s., and in rechargeable – 306 liters. With. In the latter case, acceleration to 100 km/h takes 6 seconds.

Toyota RAV4 got a sports version (photo)

Toyota RAV4 received a sports version (photo)

All Toyota RAV4 GR Sport are all-wheel drive. Stiffer sports suspension springs and shock absorbers are designed to improve handling.