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2023 Toyota Lineup: What's New and Notable?

The 2023 Toyota lineup has exciting vehicles including the new Sequoia and an electric vehicle. We break down what's new and notable here.

Last year, Toyota dealerships sold more than 2 million vehicles in North America alone and about 10 million cars worldwide. The car giant has an impressive lineup of vehicles, from the Prius and Camry to the Sierra and Venza. Part of the reason they’re so successful is the company’s dedication to always improving and working to deliver a better result for their customers.

The 2023 Toyota lineup is a tribute to that dedication, with a variety of exciting new developments hitting the roads. Read on to learn more about this lineup and discover what you can look forward to in the next generation of Toyota.

Discover the 2023 Toyota Lineup 

Toyota’s lineup always impresses, but this year’s models bring a little something extra-special to the table. 2023 will see new additions with the Crown and GR Corolla and anniversary editions of the GR86 and 4Runner. The classic Corollas, RAV4, and Tacoma will also get exciting new upgrades to make 2023 a year to remember.

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The Toyota Crown is an exciting new addition to the Toyota lineup for 2023. The Crown makes a striking entrance with LED headlights and machined ten-spoke alloy wheels. The interior features a 12-inch touchscreen, a digital key that you can use from your smartphone, and an advanced park feature that makes it simple to fit into a tight spot. 

The Crown is no slouch when it comes to power – no surprise for a car named for royalty. Its Hybrid MAX engine delivers up to 340 horsepower and can go an amazing 28 miles per gallon. The standard hybrid engine is even more efficient, running at 38 miles per gallon with 236 horsepower and all-wheel drive. 


The GR86 is celebrating its tenth anniversary, and Toyota is pulling out all the stops for the occasion. This limited-edition model packs a 2.4-liter four-cylinder naturally aspirated boxer powertrain. It can crank out 184 pound-feet of torque from its 228-horsepower engine and features a cat-back exhaust.

The exterior of the tenth anniversary GR86 is iconic in a coat of Solar Shift paint with black graphics. The custom exhaust and duckbill rear spoiler are matte black, as are the wheels. Sleek LED headlights give this classic a nice modern twist and a large front grille with have heads turning your way no matter where you go. 


Toyota has a whole family of exciting new Corolla designs lined up for 2023. We’ll start with the nuclear family – the classic Corolla, the Corolla Hybrid, and the Corolla Hatchback.

The Corolla Hybrid is the only car in its class with available all-wheel drive. The Hatchback now includes enhanced Sport Mode tuning and an updated exterior design.

Branching out from the basic Corollas, we have the new Corolla Cross Hybrid, an AWD crossover that cranks out almost 200 horsepower on less gas. And coming new in 2023, you’ll see the GR Corolla, a hot hatchback that was built to race. This car has a stunning 300 horsepower, GR-FOUR AWD, and a 1.6-liter three-cylinder turbo engine that delivers 273 pound-feet of torque. 


Toyota’s beloved SUV is getting a new edition added to its lineup in the coming year. The 2023 RAV4 Hybrid Woodland Edition will keep you chasing your next horizon, no matter how far it takes you. Everything from the tree-embossed floor mats to the TRD-tuned suspension are designed to help take you down new trails.

The Woodland Edition features on-demand AWD and a Trail Mode designed to keep your wheels on the ground. An eight-inch multimedia display will keep you connected on or off the grid, and bronze wheels and black chrome-finished detailing make this car almost as beautiful as the landscape around you. And best of all, as a tribute to the Woodland Edition, Toyota donated $500,000 to the National Environmental Education Foundation to improve accessibility in public natural spaces. 


The GR86 isn’t the only vehicle in the 2023 Toyota lineup celebrating a milestone – the 4Runner is marking forty years of production this year. To commemorate the occasion, Toyota is releasing a special anniversary edition, but they will only be making 4,040 units, so act fast if you want to get your hands on one. 

The Special Edition 4Runner will feature the reliable body-on-frame design you’ve come to know and love in this model. It will ride on bronze 17-inch wheels and will be painted white with exclusive red, orange, and yellow accents. Its interior will also feature a special commemorative emblem on the dash and a unique shift knob and bronze stitching throughout.


In 2023, the Tacoma will see some exciting new additions to the SR5 lineup with the SX and Chrome packages. If you want a sleek look that will turn heads, the SX package is the perfect choice for you. This package tricks out your Tacoma with 16-inch black wheels, a custom bed graphic, and black badging. 

The Chrome package, on the other hand, is all about bringing the bling to your ride. You’ll start with 18-inch chrome-finished alloy wheels, chrome-finished outer door handles, and a chrome-finished exhaust tip, as well as chrome-finished tailgate lettering. And the show doesn’t stop once you step inside – this package equips your Tacoma with a leather-wrapped shift knob you’ll be dying to get your hands on.


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