/2014 Toyota 4Runner Officially Teased

2014 Toyota 4Runner Officially Teased

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Toyota released the first teaser photos of the new 2014 4Runner SUV ahead of the car’s debut at the Stagecoach Music Festival in Indio, California. Toyota is a sponsor of the music festival and decided to use this opportunity to both reveal the new car, and also connect with the fans by the World of Wonders event after the festival.

The fifth generation Toyota 4Runner is getting, by the looks of things, a much more aggressive design, following the rest of Toyota’s new lineup, with shapely bumpers and grilles, and unique head and taillight designs. But Toyota says the 4Runner will retain its rugged body-on-frame construction while employing a more comfortable suspension setup.

The 2014 Toyota 4Runner will come in three variants: a well-equipped SR5, top-of-the-line Limited, and a Trail grade version focused on off-roading capabilities.

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As for the World of Wonders event, activities include:

  • Camry Claw – A custom-built Camry with an arcade-style claw machine operated through the sunroof offers a chance at fun prizes.
  • RAV4 Palm Reader – Guests can get a glimpse into the future and find out if their wishes will be granted.
  • Tacoma Charging Station – A rapid-charging station will be available for guests to recharge their mobile devices.
  • Tundra Strongman – Guests can see how their strength measures up to Toyota’s full-size pickup truck.
  • Carnival Arcade – This retro-styled game zone is outfitted with a ring toss and milk jug throw.
  • Cooling Zone – Music fans can lounge under misters in an attempt to beat the heat.
  • Big Top Photo Booth – Guests can accessorize themselves with circus-themed props for a personalized photo opportunity.

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