It’s hard to believe, but the 2020 model year is already giving way to the 2021 model year with the lineup of vehicles coming from Toyota. The 2021 model year is bringing with it a lot of your favorite Toyota vehicles and at least one big surprise return among them. This post is a list of all the 2021 models that have been announced so far. This list will change with time, so call or send a message to Western Slope Toyota for more information about upcoming models.
Will There Be a 2021 Toyota Prius?
The Prius has endured a lot since it was first introduced more than 20 years ago now, and it is going to keep blazing the trail for hybrids and electric vehicles in 2021. The Prius shows no signs of slowing down, so expect to see new models year after year.
Will There Be a 2021 Toyota Sienna?
If it’s hard to believe that anyone still buys minivans, you need to see the 2021 Sienna. Minivan manufacturers have to innovate to compete in a world dominated by SUVs and crossovers, and Toyota has done just that with the 2021 Toyota Sienna.
The Toyota Venza Returns for 2021
The Toyota Venza hasn’t been out of production too long, but it’s back for the 2021 model year to give shoppers another option when it comes to buying a mid-size SUV. There’s no telling if the Venza will fall flat again, but the current obsession with SUVs says there couldn’t be a better time to bring it back.
Will the Toyota Highlander Return for 2021?
One of the classic Toyota SUVs is coming back, the Highlander. This shouldn’t be a surprise, as the Highlander has always sold well enough to hold its own.
Will There Be a 2021 Toyota RAV4 Prime?
The RAV4 has been so popular for so long, it’s no surprise that we will be seeing more of it. The Prime version has captured enough hearts to deserve a 2021 model year as well.
Will There Be a 2021 Toyota Sequoia?
The larger SUV is going to return for the 2021 model year, proving that Toyota has a firm handle on building fan-favorite SUVs of every class.
Will the Toyota Supra Return for 2021
Toyota isn’t all just a bunch of SUVs. As many SUVs as there are, Toyota isn’t slacking off with its trucks, sedans, or performance cars either. The Toyota Supra will have a 2021 model year so it can continue to wow onlookers and thrill drivers.