Toyota Motor Corporation is a Japan-based multinational automobile company. It was
founded in the year 1937 by Kiichirio Toyoda. The company has its headquarters based
in Toyota, Aichi, Japan.
For those who didn’t know, it is the largest automobile company in Japan. Not just that,
but it is also the second-largest automotive company in the world, after Volkswagen.
Toyota was the first-ever company to manufacture 10 million cars per year. Their cars
are known for their performance and advanced features. Among all the different range
of Toyota cars, Toyota Avalon V (XX50) is a prominent name. It’s one of the latest car
series launched by Toyota in 2019.
Toyota Avalon V (XX50): 2019 to 2022
Toyota Avalon V (XX50) came after the company stopped the production of Toyota
Avalon IV XX40.
The Toyota Avalon V (XX50) is a fifth-generation model that started production recently
in 2019 and will continue till 2022. The redesigned Avalon was first revealed at the
North American International Auto Show in 2018.
The Toyota Avalon V (XX50) is equipped with a high power engine with sportier
suspensions. As far as, we know the 2021 model will be launched in the US with a four-
cylinder AWD variant. They will feature a 2.5 litre engine with automatic transmission.
One of the best things about the Toyota Avalon V (XX50) is that it is equipped with the
Toyota Safety Sense. They also received a “Good” rating for all categories except for the
passenger-side small overlap test.
Toyota Avalon V (XX50) is a full-size, sedan car that is mainly designed for families. The
interiors are great and it is designed for utmost comfort.
Toyota cars are based on technology and innovation and Avalon V (XX50) is just a fine
example of that. The company is currently gearing for its 2021 Avalon model.