Toyota launches a new budget crossover Raize

The Japanese announced a new subcompact SUV Toyota Raize, who is in the line producer will take place on the step below the crossover C-HR. The official presentation of model will take place on 5 November 2019, but the network has already published the first photo of the car.

Front new Toyota Rayz 2020 resembles a smaller copy of the “senior” of the fifth generation of the RAV4, flaunting a massive bumper with a large grille and angular slots in the sidewalls, which fit protivotumanki and led DRL.

Toyota выводит на рынок новый бюджетный кроссовер Raize

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The car has received a modern head optics and raised the hood, the profile and feed here almost entirely repeat previously submitted crossover Daihatsu Rocky. Here are similar Windows in the rear rack, which fades into the glass on the trunk lid and the lights, United by the lintel.

With the Daihatsu CUV Toyota Raize 2020 unites not only the appearance but also the technical “stuffing”, which in both models was completely identical. Cars are built on a modular platform DNGA, representing a variety of chassis GA-B for subcompact models.

Toyota выводит на рынок новый бюджетный кроссовер Raize

The movement of the crossovers leading 1.0-litre three-cylinder petrol turbo engine producing 98 HP (140 Nm), available paired with a manual transmission, or CVT. By default, Rayz has front-wheel drive, but for a fee you can order four-wheel drive modification.

Overall length of the new model is 3 995 mm, size of wheel base — 2 525, width — width — 1 620, height — 1 695, ground clearance (clearance) and the trunk volume is not specified. Alas, but in Russia, the new Toyota Raize does not appear — its main markets will be the countries of Asia and South America, information about the prices there.


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