Excitement is building around upcoming Toyota models landing at Motorama in 2024. From new generations of beloved cars to brand new models making a splash, Motorama Toyota is riddled with anticipation about the year ahead.
Here's a quick summary of some of the exciting models soon to hit our showroom floor.
In 2024 the release of the next-generation Toyota LandCruiser Prado promises enhanced technology, performance, and capability. Building on the existing popularity of the Prado, the upcoming model will boast a sophisticated hybrid powertrain for improved fuel efficiency, along with increased size and durability.
While details regarding cost, features, and equipment are hard to come by, the 2024 Prado is poised to attract a wide audience, catering to both everyday drivers and off-road enthusiasts as one of the nation's top-selling large SUVs.
The Hilux will be hitting Australian shores in 2024 with a game-changing eco-conscious upgrade. The newest version of the endlessly popular Ute will showcase a 48-volt electrical system for touted fuel savings and heightened on and off-road capabilities.
Coming standard on all models SR5 and above (and optional on some others), the high-tech system will be paired with the current 2.8-litre turbo-diesel four-cylinder engine and six-speed automatic transmission aligning the Ute with Toyota Australia's commitment to environmental impact minimisation.
After seeing great success with the first generation, 2024 is the year that the next evolution of the sleek and sexy C-HR arrives in our showroom. Positioned as a premium small SUV, the C-HR blends style, technology, and safety features with the biggest upgrade of them all - an exclusively hybrid model lineup.
The new model will house a 1.8-litre unit in the GXL and Koba trims, while the GR Sport boasts a more robust 2.0-litre setup with all-wheel drive. With an anticipated leap in luxury, technology, and hybrid performance, pricing should kick off around $42,990 for the GXL, $49,990 for the Koba, and $54,990 for the GR Sport.
A brand-new model lands at Motorama in 2024 as the first battery electric vehicle (BEV) from Toyota - the fully-electric bZ4X SUV. While pricing details remain undisclosed, we know it will be available in several trims offering the choice of either 150kW single-motor front-wheel drive or 160kW dual-motor all-wheel drive - both of which are paired with a 71.4kWh lithium battery pack.
Toyota has leaned on almost three decades of real-world knowledge from the deployment of 20 million batteries in hybrid cars to develop enhanced battery tech with lower power consumption designed to lower real-world driving range.