• 2014 Toyota RAV4 Leaked Photos front

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  • 2014 Toyota RAV4 Leaked Photos cabin

  • 2014 Toyota RAV4 Leaked Photos dash

  • 2014 Toyota RAV4 Leaked Photos dash

  • 2014 Toyota RAV4 Leaked Photos gauges

The floodgates have opened. A slew of new 2014 Toyota RAV4 photos have hit the web hot on the heels of yesterday's leaked shots.

These new images give us a better idea of what the CUV will look like inside and out. While we're told full details will be released tomorrow, word has it the RAV4 will make use of a 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine with 178 horsepower, though buyers may also be able to opt for a 3.5-liter V6 good for 268 hp. A six-speed automatic transmission is a likely choice for gear-swapping duties, and while base models will feature a front-wheel-drive configuration, all-wheel drive will also be available.

Yesterday, a spokesperson with Toyota said the company could neither confirm nor deny the validity of leaked RAV4 images. We're guessing the company will hold that line right up until the press conference at the 2012 LA Auto show.

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    • 1 Second Ago
      • 2 Years Ago
      Yeah, but it's the sleekness of the body and that it's grounded to the ground that sells it. /marketing doublespeak
      • 2 Years Ago
      Maybe an upgrade on the outside, but wow. Someone needs to be fired for that interior.
      • 2 Years Ago
      Who the hells job was it to design the interior? I'm starring at the center dash and trying to figure out if it was ever supposed to line up with the door. This was a big problem for the Americans a few years back, don't tell me Japan can't come up with a more cohesive design. The exterior is actually well done, it seems Toyota is figuring out how to design vehicles. At least it's nowhere near as bad as the creme colored 4Runner starring back at me.
      • 2 Years Ago
      Wow, this improved zero percent since yesterday's convenient Toyota press leak! Still a mish mash of design with absolutely the worst interior I have seen in many years.
      • 2 Years Ago
      Looks ok. Great improvement over the last version. Got a mix of everything on the market right now, not my choice of course.
      • 2 Years Ago
      Big improvement over the current model. I still like the second generation best.
      • 2 Years Ago
      Bring back the days when the tachometer took center stage in the cluster. Back when you could get a RAV with a stick and it was a fun, tossable thing. Now it's just vanilla. BORING.
      Rich M.
      • 2 Years Ago
      exterior is actually better than the previous gens rounded bulbous look. best looking rav by far was the 2nd gen and this is what the 3rd gen should've looked like. the only thing that's bugging me about the interior and we can thank the Global Pedestrian Crash Standards for this, is how high the dashes have gotten. the 90's did a great job of lowering the dash lines which in turn gave great visibility out from the drivers seat. now the beltines and hood lines are higher and as result the dash got more upright. also what's with the non connected silver dolor trim that the dash also has?
      • 2 Years Ago
      Not exactly the prettiest thing is it? Still I am sure it will sell extremely well, just like all the versions before it did. I see some improvements to the styling, like the sides and rear of the exterior. Not anything great, but its not bad. The interior is kind of weird. Like I bet sitting in it will be fine, but in pictures it really looks like the guy designing the dash didn't talk to the guy designing the left side of the car, who didn't talk with the guy designing the right.... like its got some decent shapes and designs, but they seem all mashed together without a cohesive look.
      Andre Neves
      • 2 Years Ago
      OMG OMG...all the teasing....and now...these leaks...omg....i'm going to...i'm....ahh-ahhhhhhHHH!!!! *smokes cigarette* Thanks Toyota. :-|
      Mark B
      • 2 Years Ago
      Big improvement - and much nicer than the Ford Escape!
      • 2 Years Ago
      I know Toyota likes to play it safe, but that exterior is beyond bland.....but it's still 100% better than that ugly interior, which has no flow to it at all. I'm sure they will sell some, since they found people to buy the 1980's looking interior on the new 4Runner, but this is step in the wrong direction for sure.
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