2021 Toyota VENZA – ALL-NEW Toyota VENZA 2021

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2021 Toyota VENZA – ALL-NEW Toyota VENZA 2021 4.5

2021 Toyota VENZA (interior and exterior) – ALL-NEW Toyota VENZA 2021 | 2021 Toyota HARRIER | Toyota HARRIER 2021

- Elegant Design Meets Cutting-Edge Tech and Comfort
- Available Star GazeTM Fixed Panoramic Glass Roof with Frost Control
- Available 12.3-inch multimedia touchscreen
- TNGA-K Platform for Greater Driving Refinement
- Hybrid Powertrain Standard
- Standard Electronic On-Demand AWD
- Standard Toyota Safety Sense (TSS 2.0)

The 2021 Toyota Venza is on its way, marking the return of a nameplate that was canceled in 2015 in the US market. But while the resurrected crossover shares a two-row, pseudo-wagon form factor with its predecessor, the 2021 Venza is a wholly different machine under the skin, built on Toyota’s excellent modular architecture and boasting hybrid power and all-wheel drive.

Good Bones
Powering every 2021 Toyota Venza will be a 2.5-liter inline-four mated to three electric motors and a continuously variable transmission. Taken as a whole, the powertrain produces 219 horsepower (163 kilowatts), and Toyota claims the electric motors’ instant torque helps improve response and real-world performance.

Driver-selectable regenerative braking helps improve energy collection on hills and in city traffic, reducing unnecessary wear on the brakes as well. Meanwhile, Venzas equipped with navigation systems learn the driver’s habits and schedules (commuting, weekly appointments, and the like), optimizing the hybrid system’s operation and coaching the driver for maximum efficiency. For example, if a particular intersection or stretch of highway tends to bottleneck, the Venza will recommend the driver prepare to slow down in advance, improving fuel economy.

Like the Highlander and RAV4 hybrids, the Venza uses a pair of electric motors to power the rear axle through the company’s Electronic On-Demand all-wheel drive. Toyota is projecting a combined fuel economy rating of 40 miles per gallon for the base model, a number that would match the electrified RAV4. Unlike the previous-generation Venza, a V6 will not be offered.

The company’s sophisticated TNGA-K platform underpins the 2021 Venza, shared with the Camry, Avalon, RAV4, Highlander, and recently revealed Sienna. Lighter and stiffer than previous Toyota platforms, TNGA has yielded better driving dynamics and improved safety for each model it anchors, and we predict the Venza to follow suit.

Skin Deep
Keen-eyed readers will notice the Venza is all-but-identical to the 2021 Harrier sold in other markets. The front end bears a strong resemblance to the new-for-2021 Mirai fuel-cell vehicle, which is to say it gets a large, though stylish, lower grille opening and sleek headlights. Sharp hood creases and an unusual faux grille surrounding the Toyota badge demand a closer look.

With a full-width taillight, sloping hatch glass, and pinched quarter windows reminding us of the Aston Martin DBX and Jaguar F-Pace. The rear fenders and hatch have a strong and sharp character line that originates as a convex curve just above the front door handles, while flared rear haunches remind us a bit of the Highlander. An attractive pair of polished tailpipes are a surprise to see on this hybrid – electrified vehicles tend to hide their internal combustion bits.

There are several interesting styling elements on the Venza, but long front and rear overhangs and a featureless silhouette let it down somewhat. In a class with such extroverted designs as the Nissan Murano and the Chevy Blazer, the Venza is a wee bit anonymous. Still, it’s handsome and inoffensive, the latter of which cannot always be said about Toyota’s current designs.

Inner Beauty
The Venza’s interior takes lots of inspiration from other Toyota SUVs like the RAV4, with a wing-shaped dash topper and monolithic center stack. A standard 8.0-inch touchscreen display is standard on the LE and XLE, while a 12.3-inch screen (seen in the photos) is standard on the Limited and optional on the XLE. Further information is found in the 4.2-inch (LE) or 7-inch (XLE and Limited) reconfigurable instrument cluster display.

Coming Soon To A Dealer Near You
Toyota says the 2021 Venza will arrive in dealerships this summer alongside the likewise-new (and likewise hybridized) Sienna. Pricing hasn’t been finalized yet, but splitting the difference between the $28,350 RAV4 Hybrid LE and the $39,800 Highlander Hybrid LE would be a logical starting point. Expect a loaded Venza Limited to top $45,000 at least.

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💬 Comments on the video

Toyota Motors just added few Bells & Whistles equal VENZA.

Author — Keith Lim


Wow.. I feel like driving it🙏🙏My next car will this🙏🙏

Author — Kwame Birthday


*Feel like old venza looks great n little long* 😊

Author — தமிழச்சி


Ini kalo harganya diantara Honda CRV dan HRV pasti oke bangeeet....CRV dan HRV lgs melorot....
Tapiiii pasti Toyota pelitlah Mahal
Tdk seperti mobil buatan china yg sdh beredar di
Liat aja nanti....
Waktu akan membuktikan

Author — Nabila Novia putri


Why mostly all car the meter still old style ?? needle clock ??...except citroen C4 😍

Author — papito papito


Não consigo entender como a Toyota vende tantos carros aqui ? O pior acabamento fica com essa empresa ? Veja os produtos que eles vendem nos EUA, faça suas comparações.

Author — jose wilson consultor wilson


Xe này về Việt Nam bán 1.2 tỷ đẹp quá.

Author — tan dat chieu


Yet another shuffling of the Toyota/Lexus parts bin to bring...a car ten years out of date.😩

Author — HQBProductions


Love old Venza than this, this model is like Toyota harriers



ماشینه جلو وعقبش هماهنگ نیست شبیه یه آدم بدبخته که زدن تو سرش کونش پخش ده واز حلقش زده بیرون ژاپنی ها هم کسخل شدن دیگه شیک نمیزنند به پراید ما نمیرسه

Author — حیدر کرار


The Honda UR-V is by far better looking than this Venza.

Author — Ramlugon Larveen Sharma