The Toyota 4Runner is one of America's best-selling midsize SUVs, known for its rugged, body-on-frame design and off-road capabilities.
The current fifth-generation 4Runner has been in the market for 14 years without a significant redesign, making it long overdue for an update.
Speculations suggest that the all-new 2025 Toyota 4Runner may be unveiled soon, based on recent redesigns in the Toyota and Lexus SUV lineup.
The 2025 4Runner is likely to transition to the Toyota New Global Architecture – F (TNGA-F) platform, offering improvements in performance, fuel efficiency, and technology.
It is anticipated that the 2025 model will borrow many features from the 2024 Toyota Tacoma, including its digital instrument cluster, infotainment touchscreen, and audio system options.
The 4.0-liter V6 engine in the current 4Runner may be replaced with a more modern 2.4-liter turbo-four i-FORCE engine, providing comparable power output to the current model.
To compete with hybrid offerings from rivals like Jeep Wrangler, the 2025 4Runner may also come with a hybrid powertrain option, combining the turbocharged 2.4-liter engine with electric drive motors.
The speculated starting price for the 2025 Toyota 4Runner is around $42,000, and it is expected to offer a diverse range of trims, including a potential Trailhunter variant tailored for off-road enthusiasts and overlanders.