Toyota plans to keep us busy at the 2019 Chicago Auto Show. The automaker will unveil a revised 2020 Tacoma and a Heritage Edition of the Land Cruiser, as well as a new TRD Pro vehicle. Which one? The teaser pic is no help, but with a little deductive reasoning, we're betting it's the Sequoia SUV.
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The Tacoma and Tundra trucks already have TRD Pro models; so does the 4Runner SUV. That leaves the C-HR (which doesn't even offer all-wheel drive), RAV4, Highlander, Sequoia and Land Cruiser as possible contenders. Toyota calls the new model an "off-road beast," so our money is on the Sequoia.
The automaker also says the new TRD variant leads the charge for a host of updates that will spread throughout the model-year 2020 TRD Pro lineup. Check back Thursday when our team of automotive journalists will be reporting live from the Chicago Auto Show floor to confirm the answer.
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