2023 Toyota Models: Redesigns, Special Edition Models, And More!
Toyota has been up to some interesting and exciting moves for future Toyota models, and today here at Toyota of Orlando, we’re giving you the rundown on what’s coming for each Toyota model in 2023. So whether you’re looking to trade in your current car for a brand new one, or maybe you want to know the exciting news coming to the Toyota world this year. Let’s dive into it!
What’s coming for each Toyota model in 2023
The Corolla Cross debuted in 2022 and received a lot of praise. Well, that’s because the Subcompact SUV is the perfect mesh between the spaciousness you get from an SUV and the sporty affordability the Corolla gives its drivers. It gets even better for 2023 models with a new fifth-generation hybrid system that includes All-Wheel-Drive.
There’s a lot of attention being given to the Corolla this 2023 model year, with the Corolla family receiving upgrades on many levels. Here are some of the new features to be expected in 2023 models:
- Updated exterior styling front and rear with the new Toyota Audio Multimedia systems in the sedans and hatchbacks.
- More level trims LE AWD, SE, SE AWD, and XLE.
- The Corolla receives an electric on-demand all-wheel drive system.
The GR Corolla gives Toyota fans the performance in this version of the Corolla Hatchback. The Toyota president Akio Toyoda even created his own model of the GR Corolla called the MORIZO Edition. Along with additional Core and Circuit Edition models.
The Toyota GR86 comes in hot with a new rear-drive GR86 sports coupe and adds a new limited-production Special Edition model for 2023. The Special Edition is painted in an exclusive Solar Shift orange exterior color. Here are some other features you can look forward to:
- Cat-back GR performance exhaust system with black-chrome tips adds an exhausted note.
- Black-finish GR 18-inch wheels wear Michelin Pilot Sport 4 tires.
- Special black C-pillar decal and a black rear spoiler.
The Toyota 4Runner isn’t getting a redesign for the 2023 model year. Still, it is getting a fortieth anniversary Special Edition Model on the SR5 Premium 4WD model with bold retro accents and bronze-finished elements.
Exclusive features include:
- Bronze-finished 17-inch alloy wheels.
- Body-color “heritage” grille.
- Bronze-colored 40th Anniversary liftgate badge.
- Retro race-inspired with yellow, orange, and red exterior.
THE BZ4X is the first all-electric compact SUV on the Toyota lineup in 2023. However, we expect it to be tweaked before entering the dealership lots this year in Orlando, FL.
The Toyota Camry joins the Nightshade family with an appearance package for the 2023 model year. In addition, they get an upgrade by getting 19-inch bronze-finished wheels with black-trimmed headlights and taillights.
The Toyota Highlander is getting an upgrade with a 265-horsepower 2.5-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder engine in the models separate from the hybrid models. The torque receives an upgrade from 263 lb-ft to 309 lb-ft. The interiors add a dual 12.3-inch display screen for the Limited and Platinum models and a relocated wireless charging pad.
The RAV4 Hybrid in Orlando, FL, is receiving a unique off-roading Woodland Edition model for 2023. It has everything you need in an adventurous ride with features including:
- TRD off-road-tuned suspension.
- Falken-brand all-terrain tires.
- Flow-formed bronze-colored wheels.
- Black badging.
- Roof-rack cross bars.
- With unique Woodland Edition all-weather floor and cargo mats.
We are super excited about the Toyota Sequoia redesign that’s getting so many high-tech features and upgrades. It received its first redesign in 2008, so it’s groundbreaking to get its first redesign in over a decade. We are in pleasant anticipation of this model hitting our dealership this year.
It’s the 25th Anniversary of the Toyota Sienna. In its honor, Toyota came out with a 2023 special anniversary edition with a sporty XSE trim and upgrades modeling the Limited model with exclusive interior and exterior additions. Ironically, 2525 limited edition models will be coming to dealerships for this model year and Toyota of Orlando may be one of them.
The Orlando Toyota Supras are getting a manual transmission for the 2023 model year and an upgrade in performance with an option on the 3.0 6-cylinder models, while the 2.0 4-cylinder models will be available only in an 8-speed automatic.
The Toyota Tacoma oozes everything you want in a truck. There’s anticipation surrounding when the Tacoma will get a redesign because, let’s be honest, as much as everyone loves the Tacoma, even nice things deserve an upgrade. Unfortunately, folks will have to wait because the redesign will not be happening for 2023 models. However, the models for 2023 add SX and Chrome appearance packages for the entry-level SR5 trim level.
The SX Package:
- Blackout trim
- A unique bed graphic.
The Chrome Package:
- Chrome-finished 18-inch wheels,
- Chrome door handles,
- Chrome TACOMA lettering on the tailgate.
The Tundra got a complete upgrade in 2022. So, it only makes sense that the redesign would leave a lasting effect, even until 2023. However, the SR5 models are available now with an optional SX Package appearance group with features including blacked-out trim and 18-inch wheels finished in dark metallic gray.
The Orlando Toyota Venza is coming up with a new nightshade edition appearance package with blackout trim this 2023 model year.
Looking for a brand new 2023 Car? Visit Toyota of Orlando.
Follow Toyota of Orlando on social media for updates, or call us to have us contact you when one of these new rides gets to our dealership. We’re open seven days a week at (407) 298-4500, and you can also stop by and see us at 3575 Vineland Road, just off I-4 near the Millenia Mall.