Redesigned Toyota Sequoia 2023 – Detailed Overview of the New Full Size SUV

Detailed review of the all-new Toyota Sequoia 2023 specs, exterior, trims and interior is already officially released. Let’s take a look at all moments:

– Standard Hybrid i-FORCE MAX Powertrain Offers Power, Efficiency
– i-FORCE MAX: Impressive 437 hp, 583 lb.-ft. of Torque
– Maximum Towing Capacity of up to 9,000 lbs.
– Assembled in U.S.A. at Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Texas in San Antonio
– Available in Summer of 2022

This third-generation Sequoia 2022-2023 is completely redesigned and worthy of the “all-new SUV” description. All 2023 Sequoias will feature the powerful twin-turbo V6 hybrid i-FORCE MAX powertrain. First unveiled on Tundra, this exceptional hybrid produces 437 horsepower and 583 lb.-ft. of torque.

For Sequoia 2023 i-FORCE MAX isn’t just big on power, as this cleverly engineered powertrain features a unique motor generator within the bell housing between the twin-turbo engine and the 10-speed automatic transmission. This design provides both maximum performance and amazing efficiency, and it is designed and built with heavy-duty performance and demand in mind. Fuel economy estimates are not available at this time, but the i-FORCE MAX’s output it is expected to be extremely competitive at the top of the segment – and a huge improvement over the previous generation.

Sequoia will be offered in 2WD or the available part-time 4WD system on SR5, Limited, Platinum and Capstone grades. TRD Pro will be offered only in 4WD. The part-time 4WD system relies on a transfer case, controlled via a lever on the center console, to select between 2WD, 4WD high or 4WD low.

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10 thoughts on “Redesigned Toyota Sequoia 2023 – Detailed Overview of the New Full Size SUV”

  1. I really like the redesign. I would have hoped that it was longer to give more behind the seat storage.
    I also wonder why that much white leather is used in the Capstone, it seems like it's better left in the showroom rather than to be used in the real world.

  2. Do you guys think this is Toyota's way of reinventing a less luxurious version of the LX-600? It looks identical to that vehicle but seems the price is lower. If so, this vehicle would essentially be the Land Cruiser replacement of North America.

  3. So Toyota newsroom said trd pro is full-time 4WD, and how the actual prototype trd pro model in video and photo has 2wd button ????


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