Toyota equipped this popular MPV with four-wheel drive as standard and raised its ground clearance by 0.6 inches (1.5 cm):
The new version is named Senna Sahuan woodland version (Woodland Edition), is intended to attract those who value the traffic capacity of SUV enthusiasts.
In addition to the standard four-wheel drive and elevated chassis,
the Woodland version can also be equipped with a tail box power supply, tow hook, and roof rack, striving to become the most SUV-like model among household MPVs:
The 2022 Senna Woodland Edition adds a rear axle motor to the front front drive. The vehicle is driven by a 2.5-liter four-cylinder hybrid. The four-wheel drive structure is consistent with the options provided by the car series, except that other models need to be optional.
The only change in the mechanical structure of the vehicle is the raising of the chassis.
Its ground clearance can reach 17.5 cm, which is only 2.8 cm less than the 2020 Highlander-the former has a ground clearance of 6.9 inches; the latter is 8 inches
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Why should we emphasize the capacity of home MPV?
MPV is more likely to travel with a family full of people. Not only is the whole car heavier, but the passengers also include women and children. The traffic capacity under rain, snow and non-paved conditions should be more demanding-a trapped car will affect the whole family, the elderly and Does the kid stand by and watch you pad the wheel?
The Senna Woodland version has an exclusive cement gray paint, a black tail label, and the price is to be determined. The optional accessories are priced at $200 for the roof rack; $300 for the 1500-watt power supply for the tail box; and $840 for the tow hook.
In addition, the UK Department of Transport intends to recognize the legality of disposing of autonomous vehicles under low-speed conditions.
Contrary to daily intuition, the UK Department of Transport believes that the driver’s autonomy to the vehicle can improve road safety -human error accounts for up to 85% of road traffic accidents . Autonomous vehicle driving can alleviate congestion, improve traffic efficiency and reduce emissions.
The British Automobile Manufacturers Association (SMMT) expressed appreciation for the Ministry of Transport’s attitude: “The automotive industry welcomes the government’s taking this critical step. If autonomous vehicles are popularized in the next ten years, 47,000 accidents can be prevented and 3,900 lives can be saved, because It can eliminate the biggest cause of road traffic accidents-human error.”
In fact, the aviation industry is the same. Since the invention of airplanes, the proportion of human factors in accident statistics has risen to 80%: