Features of new Toyota Harrier
Driving Performance - The cabin offers a level of quietness befitting a premium crossover SUV, with special attention paid to optimizing the placement of sound-absorbing and sound-blocking materials.
The Harrier's suspension is enhanced through the use of Frequency Adaptive Damping (FAD) shock absorbers which control the degree of vehicle roll and pitch, automatically adjusting shock absorber damping characteristics to compensate for vehicle posture changes.
Comfort - The center console includes a wireless charger for charging smartphones and other mobile devices. Gasoline engine models include a Toyota-first Cold Storage Evaporator which allows the air conditioner to deliver cool air in the cabin for a longer time while the vehicle is idling. The Harrier features a new multi-information display, which displays navigation, audio, and other information on the instrument panel.
Safety and Driving Support - Some of Toyota's most advanced features are available on the redesigned Harrier, including a Panoramic View Monitor9 for improved lateral visibility. This system combines video from four cameras mounted to the front and rear sides of the vehicle, offering a view of everything happening around the car, including in blind spots. The display is automatically adjusted based on gear-stick operation, with the system able to display enlarged views from above the vehicle. Users are notified of pedestrians and objects approaching from the front and rear sides. This is a Toyota-first feature.
Colors - Seven exterior colors are available, including five distinctive dark shades, such as the all-new "Sparkling Black Pearl Crystal Shine".
Refined Interior - The premium, modern interior fully embodies the design aesthetic of "rich simplicity". Padded surfaces with accented stitching and wood grain ornamentation bear testament to skilled craftsmanship, while a technically advanced, ergonomic center cluster with touch-sensitive electrostatic switches demonstrates modern refinement. The center cluster combines with an arch-roofed instrument panel to create a spacious and sporty interior while ensuring that all controls are within easy reach.
Elegant Exterior - "Elegant velocity" underlies the new Harrier's exterior design: long front and short rear overhangs lend a new, streamlined dynamism to the side profile, while horizontally accented styling and forward-leaning quarter pillars give a sleek, speedy look that is instantly recognizable.