Toyota's best-selling crossover is getting a complete overhaul.
Even though the RAV4 has been around for nearly 25 years now, the small crossover remains a big seller in the United States. The current model moved 407,594 units in 2017, a respectable increase of 15.7 percent over the previous year, which saw 352,154 deliveries. By that account, that made the crossover the best-selling vehicle in Toyota's product range in the U.S. last year. But in just a few weeks, Toyota will pull the sheets off an all-new version.
The RAV4 is expected to get a full overhaul, highlighted by a more upscale interior, a rugged exterior, and potentially even a range of new engine offerings. It will ride on an all-new platform, too, using the same underpinnings as the Prius and the C-HR before it. With that in mind, here’s everything you need to know about the new RAV4 before it hits the show floor in New York.