This week at the New York Auto Show, Toyota unveiled its 2020 Highlander Hybrid. The vehicle for the first time will have an all-wheel-drive option (requiring an extra electric motor to be added), and will be a little over two inches longer than its predecessor. The hybrid will carry a 2.5L inline engine in combination with two or three electric motors, depending on the type of drive (FWD or AWD) selected.
The standard non-hybrid 2020 Highlander will go on sale in December of this year, with the hybrid option to launch in early 2020. Read more.