Toyota cancels Avalon

In January 2018, at the Detroit show, Toyota unveiled the fifth generation of the Avalon, and this will be the last to be offered the big Japanese sedan, as Toyota notified its suppliers that the Avalon would be scrapped upon completion. of the MY2022 version, ie about a year from today.

Toyota says that although the Avalon will be scrapped, it will remain committed to the sedan segment and will encourage its customers to stay tuned for future developments.

Let me remind you, the Avalon is built on the TNGA platform, and is its largest sedan, having a length of 4,978 mm, a width of 1,849 mm, a height of 1,435 mm. and wheelbase 2,870 mm.

In closing, the Japanese automaker said it would not be affected at all by the annual production capacity and staff of the model plant in Kentucky, USA. The plant employs more than 7,000 people and produces the Lexus ES. as well as the Toyota Camry and RAV4 Hybrid.

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