Toyota will reportedly introduce a new model called the Grand Highlander in 2023. While the Japanese automaker hasn't officially announced the addition, industry publication Automotive News claims that the vehicle will be a larger variant of the 3-row Highlander SUV. Sadly, Grand Highlander specs, photos, and prices have not yet been released.
According to the report, the Grand Highlander will be introduced sometime in 2023. If this proves to be accurate, the model could debut as either a 2023 or 2024 model year vehicle. The crossover could slot somewhere between the Highlander and Sequoia in order to compete with newer three-row competitors like the all-new Jeep Grand Cherokee L.
Will the Grand Highlander be a mainstream version of the Lexus RX L? For now, we'll be on the lookout for Grand Highlander spy photos and update this page with any developments as they become available. The current Highlander generation started in 2020 and remains a compelling choice both as a gas and hybrid-electric vehicle.
Pictured: 2020 Highlander