If you skip to 15:44 in the video, you will see an image of the new instrument panel, which features a unique redline of just 4,500. The 4Runner is currently only available with one engine, a 4.0-liter V6 that revs to 6,000 rpm. Along with a few other outlets, we wondered if this lower rpm redline signified a future diesel variant of the 4Runner.
We reached out to Toyota for comment and Nancy Hubbell, Senior Manager of Product Communications told us, “there are no plans to offer a diesel 4Runner in the US. We’re tracking down the origin of the photo, but it’s not US-specific.”
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