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2025 Toyota 4Runner

The all-new 2025 4Runner is ready for your next great adventure. Whether that’s tearing through the desert in a Baja-inspired TRD Pro or overlanding in a Trailhunter with all of your gear, * you’ll find your wild with confidence and in style.

“This all-new 4Runner has incredible versatility and capability that nicely rounds out our truck family story,” said Dave Christ, Toyota group vice president and general manager. “We’ve sold over 3 million in the 40 years it has been on sale, and this sixth-generation model offers a cool new look and incredible features, yet retains the rugged style and capability our customers love about this icon of adventure.”

Built to Reach the Peak

4Runner delivers serious performance with an available i-FORCE MAX 2.4L turbocharged hybrid powertrain.

Providing up to 326 net combined horsepower and 465 lb.-ft. of torque, 4Runner moves quicker than ever, while its 8-speed automatic transmission and 6,000-lb. max towing capacity*help you go harder than before.

TRD Pro shown in Ice Cap. Prototype vehicle shown with options using visual effects.

Flex Up and Over

Standard on TRD Pro and Trailhunter models, the new Stabilizer Disconnect Mechanism (SDM) helps you navigate across terrain with ease.

With the touch of a button, the stabilizer bar disengages to give the front suspension increased wheel articulation, helping to keep all four wheels in contact with the ground.

Trailhunter shown in Everest. Prototype vehicle shown with options using visual effects.

No, Toyota has rolled out the plans for the all new 2024 Tacoma and will continue to produce that truck for the foreseeable future