Even after the much talked about redesign of the 2013 Toyota model year, the new model year may or may retain some of the features its predecessor had. For better or worse, the 2015 Toyota Soon in Tacoma carries both social and cultural currencies that are beyond its practical nature. As expected the 2015 model will attract both loyalists and skeptics. Different trims and Toyota models will have different features present. Suggested talks reveal that the Toyota would give the next gen Toyota Prius a complete exterior overhaul any may look like a swept-back sedan shaped car, similar to the Toyota’s NS4 hybrid concept car. Toyota engineers indicate that the model will feature a lower hood and a more upright windshield, According to Toyota officials the new exterior design will improve on aerodynamics efficiency while the new platform beneath the sheet metal offers a lower center of gravity and offers better handling. Additionally, this new platform structure will be used n future Camry, Corolla and RAV4 models.
According to spy photos, the interior design shows a new direction for the instrumental panel and dashboard. The prototype model has analog gauges behind the new three spoke steering wheel compared to the previous model year. The center stack is engulfed in a mess of elements slapped together making it a bit difficult where the navigation displays might go. Again, the Toyota team promises that the new 2015 Toyota Soon in Tacoma will have roomier interior, notable designs, layout refinements and greater ease of use. Despite this, Toyota buyers will not know whether there is anything behind the steering wheel besides the flat expanse of plastic and small storage trays. Even so, the Toyota will need to offer better materials and improve the cabin environment to keep up with new hybrid designs in the market.
The Power train has undergone no change with the same 1.8-liter four-cylinder gas engine carry over, paired with smaller but more powerful electric motors. The 2015 Toyota Soon in Tacoma will carry over its nickel hydride battery pack but with a high density pack despite the need to employ the lithium-ion batteries. Rumor has it that the Toyota will power the rear wheels, giving buyers in along the Snowbelt confidence when handling an all-wheel drive. Visit Toyota of Tacoma at the following locations: University Place, Lakewood, Parkland, Edgewood, Federal Way.