Sales of the Toyota Sequoia have been falling fast, with the big Japanese 'ute selling 38-percent less units last month than in June of 2005. With the new Toyota Tundra being readied for production at the company's new truck plant in San Antonio, Texas, there's no better time than now to start thinking about the 2008 Sequoia.

This partial pic of the next Sequoia's front end was featured on the front cover of Fenek magazine, and while no details are available, it's clear the next Sequoia will lift its look and likely most of its mechanicals directly from the new Tundra. This means the Sequoia may become a much better match for Chevy Tahoe/GMC Yukon and Ford's new Expedition, both of which have been substantially redesigned and are ready to rumble.

[Source: ScionLife]

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