Toyota’s compact crossover RAV4 is likely to get a revitalized look in the upcoming 2019 model. This new-fangled look may not be a straightforward redesigning of the interior or the bodywork, and as per to many beliefs the imminent RAV4 model will be built upon Toyota’s latest TGNA platform, which is anticipated to be the base of all next-gen compact SUV models.
The most recent Camry and Prius models are also founded on Toyota’s TGNA platform, and Toyota is scheduling to use TGNA platform as the base for all of the new generations of Toyota’s passenger cars.
A lot may not be exposed under the thick plastic camouflage, but it appears as the compact crossover will restore the look of a car and replace it with that of a truck. The most remarkable thing would be if the RAV4 2019 model acquires a design pattern in line with Toyota’s FT-AC concept that conquered a few sights at the Los Angeles Auto Show last year.
The FT-AC model was the exact size when evaluated with the Toyota RAV4, the front-end of the car reminded us of RAV’s swept-back design with angry headlights, quadrangle fog lights that could be disconnected and used as mobile lights, and a grille that seems to be stimulated by the Tacoma TRD Pro. The 20-inch wheels on the model had blocky all-season wheels. All of the skin that we saw on the concept car directed to one fact: that the company did its best to represent the new concept as a truck, even though it was built upon a car platform.