The latest 2023 Toyota Rav4 Hybrid Restyling will offer a new pallet of the color and a new front, end design.

Engine options for new 2023 Toyota Rav4 Hybrid

A plug-in engine option for the 2021 model year will gain the new RAV4. For now, the company will only tease the PHEV crossover. At LA Auto Show on November, 2021 will be the unveiling. According to the company's announcement, Toyota won't offer any specifics about the RAV4 PHEV's engine at this time, but it will be the most engine RAV4 yet. The RAV4 Hybrid is currently the most potent variant available with its total system output of 219 horsepower (163 kilowatts) from the combination of a 2.5-liter four-cylinder and two electric motors on market.

Also, Toyota could take this setup and install more advanced batteries than the RAV4 Hybrid's existing nickel-metal hydride components is one of possibility. Making the motors more powerful and opting for a lithium-ion battery could be enough to boost the system output and still provide some fully electric motoring as well.

2023 Toyota Rav4 Hybrid interior

The RAV4 plug-in hybrid has some minor tweaks, aesthetically. There are vertically oriented LED strips, at the corners of the front end. Chrome-trimmed inlets has the lower fascia. Different from other RAV4 trim levels, that's the grille gets gloss black mesh. In the new color Supersonic Red, also comes the PHEV variant. The one in the teaser image has a black roof and chrome wheels.

It's too soon to know how exactly much the RAV4 PHEV might cost, since this is still just a teaser. Because of  the additional tech for the more advanced engine, the plug-in would likely retail for more than the standard hybrid.

2023 Toyota Rav4 Hybrid price

Prices for the 2020 RAV4 Hybrid start at $29,220 (including the $1,120 destination charge) and rise to $37,750 for the range-topping limited grade.

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