The new RAV4 will ditch its current MC platform and make the switch to Toyota’s New Global Architecture (TNGA). Introduced in 2015 with the Prius, the modular underpinnings are currently used by cars like the Camry, as well as the crossovers like the C-HR and the new Lexus UX. Eventually that same platform will make its way to the new Corolla later in the year. The TNGA is able to accommodate front-, rear-, and all-wheel-drive, but we expect the RAV4 to offer front- and all-wheel-drive options exclusively.