The 2021 Toyota Venza is a two-row hybrid crossover SUV that’s smaller than the three-row Highlander, and largely based on the RAV4. It revives an older name for Toyota that was previously applied to a wagon, but the new Venza sheds any resemblance to those cars with its fast roofline and chromed kick near the rear windows.

The Venza will go on sale around August 2020 and will be offered exclusively with a hybrid powertrain and all-wheel drive. Toyota hasn’t yet said how much the Venza will cost, but it’s likely to start in the mid-$30,000s. Toyota will offer the Venza in LE, XLE, and Limited trim levels.

Toyota equips the Venza similarly to the Highlander: active safety features such as automatic emergency braking, active lane control, and adaptive cruise control are standard; an 8.0-inch touchscreen is standard on LE and XLE versions, while a 12.3-inch touchscreen is…

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