Toyota Highlander 2023 equipped with this type will become a luxury car worth billions when returned to Vietnam

Two years after its launch in the European market, Toyota Highlander has had an upgrade with the addition of some technology and new engine options.

A few months after announcing new upgrades for the 2023 Highlander in the US, Toyota has brought similar upgrades to this SUV model in the European market. As a result, the EU-spec Highlander benefits from new technology, new colors and the addition of a new turbocharged 2.4-liter engine option exclusive to Eastern European markets.


Toyota Highlander first launched in the European market in 2021, so this is also a notable upgrade for the SUV model. For the 2023 version, consumers in Europe can choose Cypress Green metallic paint for the exterior and new 20-inch alloy wheels, finished in glossy black. The interior is supplemented with beige and brown colors for leather seats.


More important, Toyota Highlander 2023 Features a customizable 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster (with Casual, Smart, Tough and Sport modes) along with a larger 12.3-inch touchscreen on the center console , integrated with Toyota’s latest infotainment.


As a result, the SUV now offers a cloud navigation system, improved on-board voice control system, wireless Apple CarPlay/wired Android Auto connectivity and remote functions via smartphone. user’s intelligence.


Furthermore, Toyota Smart Connect+ brings 3D city maps, road sign recognition and fixed speed camera location information. Finally, the wireless charging pad for smartphones has been moved to a position below the dashboard for more convenient use, just like in the recently facelifted Lexus ES.


Toyota Highlander In Eastern Europe, the new 2.4-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder gasoline engine is used. This engine produces 265 horsepower and maximum torque of 418 Nm. Those numbers are significantly lower than the 3.5-liter V6 it replaces. However, the new engine improves fuel consumption and reduces CO2 emissions.


In Western Europe, the Toyota Highlander retains the same powertrain setup with self-charging hybrid technology, including a 2.5-liter naturally aspirated engine and two electric motors producing a combined capacity of 245 horsepower. The first deliveries are expected to begin in the fourth quarter of this year.


Although Toyota Highlander is not officially distributed in Vietnam, it is still popular with many giants with prices up to about 4 billion VND. Although it is in the same segment as Ford Explorer or Mazda CX-9, the car’s selling price differs by nearly 2 billion VND. This SUV model is mainly imported from the US through private units.


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