The all-new Toyota RAV4 has finally been launched, and the Japanese carmaker’s newest crossover looks just as good as advertised.
With a design akin to that of Toyota’s tougher-looking offerings—the Tacoma likely being the closest source of inspiration—the RAV4 lands on Philippine shores conveying some of the most rugged visuals we’ve seen in the segment in quite a while.
Sharp edges, angles, and strong lines dominate the vehicle’s exterior. The front end, in particular, looks intimidating, thanks to a flattened look and angry headlight designs. There’s some nice black plastic cladding that envelops the lower end of the crossover, too, which gives off a sense of utility and practicality. Rounding out the exterior are some sleek five-spoke wheel designs available in either 17- or 18-inch sizes.
Inside, there’s a stealthy overall theme with a good amount of space and a relatively premium vibe. Higher-end LTD RAV4 units get leather seats, a leather-wrapped shift knob and steering wheel, and a seven-inch touchscreen infotainment system. It’s a look that definitely suits the crossover’s macho exterior.
We’ve already released the model’s official Philippine prices and variants. For a better look at the all-new Toyota RAV4, just check out the photos below: