A number of Toyota vehicles are undergoing updates for the 2020 model year, and the automaker is adding one hugely significant new vehicle in the resurrected Supra coupe. The hybrid version of the redesigned compact Corolla sedan also will be available for the first time in the U.S., while the popular Highlander SUV received a full redesign. Most of the other updates are tech-focused as Toyota adds smartphone connectivity features like Apple CarPlay or Android Auto to more of its lineup, though there are some cosmetic changes, as well.
Looks like: Current Prius, but fewer sharp elbows in new front and rear
Drivetrain: Gas-electric hybrid system with 1.8-liter gas engine and a pair of electric motor/generators; combined hybrid system output for 2018 was 121 hp for front-wheel drive; all-wheel-drive adds electric motor on rear axle for traction as needed; continuously variable automatic transmission
Competes with: Chevrolet Colorado, Ford Ranger, Honda Ridgeline, GMC Canyon, Nissan Frontier
Looks like: Quite similar to current generation
Powertrains: 2.7-liter inline four-cylinder (159 hp, 180 pounds-feet of torque) or 3.5-liter V-6 (278 hp, 265 pounds-feet of torque) both mated to a six-speed automatic transmission (six-speed manual is optional); rear- or four-wheel drive