Vamped Venza: The Release of a Redefining CUV

Smart, safe, stylish—this is the all-new Toyota Venza.

 

Recently, there’s been a surge in popularity of crossover utility vehicles (CUVs), and for good reason; they provide all the functionality and versatility of an SUV in a smaller, more compact size. Across manufacturers, the style and abilities of CUVs have rarely differed—that is until now.

 

 

The Venza Crossover

 

Toyota’s newly released 2021 Venza raises the standard of what a crossover should be and exceedingly redefines its prior model. Released in 2008, the first-generation Toyota Venza sold through 2017 and was then discontinued. Now, it makes a striking reappearance as a hybrid-only crossover and boasts an intuitive driving experience, smooth acceleration, predictable handling, and sophisticated design.

 

Design
The Venza’s exterior is sleek and sharp, with redefined body lines that capture your attention. Inside, the CUV seats five, allowing for sedan-like comfort with maximum maneuverability.

 

Performance
Standard on the new Venza is the Toyota Hybrid System II powertrain and advanced Electronic On-Demand All-Wheel Drive. It delivers comfortable urban highway performance and exceptional fuel efficiency.

 

Technology
Available technology features include a 12.3-inch touchscreen display, nine JBL speakers, a 7-inch multi-information display, a digital rear-view mirror, a 10-inch Head-Up display, and heated and ventilated seating. The 2021 Venza also debuts Toyota’s first-ever Star Gaze™ fixed panoramic glass roof.

 

Safety
With a suite of safety features from Toyota Safety Sense, it’s obvious that safety is at the forefront of this CUV. In addition to collision protection provided by the TNGA-K platform, the Venza is also fortified with a pre-collision system, full-speed range dynamic cruise control, lane departure alert, steering assist, automatic high beams, lane tracing assist, and road sign assist.

 

View the Venza at Toyota of Portland!

With the release of the 2021 Venza, Toyota—once again—breaks barriers of innovation, design, and functionality. However, you won’t be able to take it for a test drive until it arrives in dealerships across the U.S. this summer. Until then, we invite you to visit Toyota of Portland online or in person, and discover all that awaits you in a Venza! Much of the new CUV’s architecture and features are mimicked after popular Toyota sedans and SUVs, such as the RAV4 and Camry, so take one for a test drive today and experience the drive of a Toyota!

 

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Toyota

Toyota

June 9, 2020
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