Toyota Has Accidentally Declassified Its 3 New Products at Once

Before releasing new or redesigned models to the market, manufacturers draw up a so-called road map and clearly follow it.

This map is kept secret and is not disclosed to any media representatives or consumers. However, there are cases when manufacturers accidentally add it to the factory firmware of a car or leak it to the Internet.

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This is what happened with Toyota, whose road map was published on the user allcarnews’ Instagram page. According to the leaked information, the company will release the Sienna MPV at the end of this year and a new, as yet unnamed, SUV.

Three new models will be released on the market in 2021. In the summer, the manufacturer's model line will be supplemented by the GR86 sports coupe, which will be built on a new platform and will receive a 255-hp turbocharged engine. Then another new SUV will be released, which will be followed by the Tundra pickup in the fourth quarter.

Plans for 2022 have been partially disclosed: only information about the release of the new-gen Toyota Sequoia 4runner was leaked.

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