Facelifted small SUV will be on show at the Geneva motor show next month alongside the FT-86
2 March 2010

A revised Toyota RAV4 has been launched at the Geneva motor show.

Few details have been released, but Toyota has confirmed the RAV4 will receive minor styling changes, featuring a “more sophisticated front-end design”. The interior and engine range will also be upgraded.

The new RAV4 will be joined on Toyota’s stand in Geneva by the FT-86 concept, the first time the rear-drive coupe has been on display in Europe.

Toyota will also show the British-built Auris hybrid, the plug-in Prius and the FT-EV II electric car concept.

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16 February 2010

[quote Autocar]the RAV4 will receive minor styling changes, featuring a “more sophisticated front-end design”. [/quote]

For "more sophisticated" read " more like a VW"

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