The RAV4 will receive some light updates during the second half of 2022, according to Toyota Australia
Part of this will include the implementation of USB-C connections and the addition of Toyota Connected Services.
All RAV4 models will also gain an upgraded Toyota safety suite including intersection pre-collision assistance and emergency steering assist.
Toyota Australia has said that pricing adjustments will be made closer to the time of introduction.
Chasing Cars earlier predicted that the digital instrument cluster could be upgraded from a 4.2-inch to 7.0-inch for the base models and could expand to up to 12.3-inch (as found on the upcoming Toyota GR Corolla) for higher grades in the RAV4 range.
There is no talk from Toyota Australia as to whether these larger screens will be fitted this year to the RAV4, however Chasing Cars expects more details to emerge closer to the arrival date of these upgrades.
All prices listed are before on-road costs.
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