Making its Chicago debut, the 2018 Toyota Sequoia TRD Sport attracts larger SUV enthusiasts as part of a mid-cycle refresh that spans the entire Sequoia lineup. Arrived in the showrooms in September and available on all Sequoia 4×2 and 4×4 models, the TRD Sport remix is based on a set of custom Bilstein shocks and new TRD front / rear anti-roll bars that collectively promise to improve grip. of this big SUV. trust.
Available in 4×2 and 4×4 configurations, the Sequoia TRD Sport enhances handling with improved suspension with Bilstein dampers and TRD anti-roll bars mounted on 20-inch black aluminum wheels. The blackened visual theme continues with black hoods and outside badges and smoked tail light lenses. To further distinguish the TRD Sport from other Sequoia versions, an exclusive grille and bumper are installed.
Inside, black fabric seats are optionally available in black leather. Finishing TRD Sport keys are TRD sill plates, floor mats and shift knob.
For the entire Sequoia 2018 range, LED lights, daytime running lights, fog lights and grille are new. The Toyota Safety Sense package is also standard on all versions, adding lane departure warning, pedestrian detection, radar cruise control and automatic high beam to Sequoia’s surprise bag. To view readings of the new security technology, a new gauge group with multi-information display has been installed.
The Sequoia’s standard 5.7-liter i-Force V-8, with 381 horsepower and 401 lb-ft, is unchanged, as is its standard six-speed automatic transmission. Both rear and four-wheel drive versions are always available.
Toyota says the 2018 Sequoia TRD Sport will be launched in September.