Toyota is one of the most popular automakers in America. For the 2021 model year, Toyota continues to bring new vehicles and updates across its model line. Here's a look at what's new for Toyota in 2021.

The All-New Venza Is Here

The Venza SUV is back. This time the Venza is a hybrid-only model that is aimed squarely at the premium SUV segment. Looking at the Venza, Phoenix drivers can find upscale touches on the interior with premium seating surface options and a modern center console.

The Sienna is Now All Hybrid

Toyota has always been a leader with hybrid tech thanks to its Prius lineup. Now Toyota's minivan has gone all hybrid. This allows the minivan to have one of the top fuel ratings in its class.

The Supra Get More Power

The Supra was one of the biggest stories of 2020. For the 2021 model year, the Supra is getting more power. Now the Supra will get up to 382 horsepower. This is a big bump up from the 2020 Supra horsepower rating of 335 horsepower. The 2021 Supra is expected to reach 0 to 60 miles per hour in just 3.9 seconds.

Minor Updates to the Popular Selling Camry

The Camry is the top-selling mid-size sedan. To stay ahead of the pack in this competitive segment, the Camry has received some minor updates. First, the base L trim is gone. Now, the XSE trim gets a hybrid model option. On the interior, the touchscreen gets repositioned to the top of the center console. Finally, the Camry adds some new safety features Tempe drivers will appreciate. The top new safety feature on the Camry includes a new pedestrian and cyclist detection system.

The Avalon Now Comes with All-Wheel-Drive

The premium Toyota Avalon sedan now comes standard with all-wheel-drive. This gives a comfortable sedan more grip and handling ability during challenging road conditions. The Avalon has also received some minor style updates to make the vehicle look more modern inside and out.

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