Toyota has unveiled their redesigned sedan known as the ‘Avalon' in Chicago Auto Show. It is the fourth generation of this model and is a popular vehicle in the United States of America. The Japanese designers have completely redesigned their sedan.
The refreshed Avalon gets wider and more aggressive looking front grille. All-new turn indicators, LED tail lamps and Daytime Running Lights, Qi wireless charging system, auto high beam headlights, dynamic Radar Cruise control, Pre-Collision System and Lane Departure Alert.
Toyota engineers will be offering two power units in their 2016 Avalon. The sedan will sport either a 3.5-litre, V6 engine that produces 268 horsepower or a 2.5-litre hybrid, which generates 200 horsepower.
The 2016 Avalon will get a reworked suspension that will provide a dynamic and responsive driving experience. It will drive on optional 17-inch or 18-inch alloy wheels that the customer can choose from. Toyota will also offer several variants for individuals to choose from.
It is highly unlikely that the Avalon will come to India, however, Toyota will surely lend its styling and features to its upcoming models in India. The Japanese manufacturer is currently testing its Honda City competitor in Bangalore and is expected to launch within this calendar year.