Toyota has launched a new version of its compact SUV, the Tundra, the latest model to be rolled out for the global market.
The new Tundras will offer better fuel economy, better fuel efficiency and better fuel performance than the current model.
They are also equipped with a more powerful engine, a new hybrid system and more advanced safety features, like the driver-assistance system.
The SUV will start at $28,000 and the T10, a mid-sized sedan, starts at $36,500.
The redesigned Tundrums, as the models are being called, will compete with some of the top-selling compact SUVs in the world, such as the Nissan Leaf, Chevrolet Volt and Mitsubishi Outlander.
But they will also be a big departure for Toyota.
The automaker has long made SUVs as affordable as possible, with the current lineup starting at $25,000, or $8,500 less than a Toyota Prius.
But this is a huge change for Toyota, which has traditionally been known for being too conservative for its new product line.
The company is betting that this new model will be a hit.
Its sales are projected to reach 5.2 million vehicles by 2020, up from 5.1 million in 2019, according to the Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association.
That number is likely to be even higher in the United States, where the new T10 and the next generation Tundrabs are expected to make up a larger share of sales.
Toyota has been experimenting with the new SUV, called the T5, for years.
It was developed with the help of the Japanese auto giant, Toyota Motor Corp.
The company started testing the T6, which will go on sale later this year.
The T5 and T5+ have been under development since 2015.
But the company is still working out the kinks, including how to make the T4 SUV more fuel efficient and more powerful than the previous models.
In a blog post, Toyota said the new models will offer more fuel efficiency, more fuel performance and more fuel economy than the Toyota Tundracas.
The Tundas are a bit of a departure for the automaker.
Its SUV lineup has long been aimed at young consumers, especially in China, where Toyota is investing heavily to boost sales.
Its newest model, the Scion iQ, was designed to appeal to older buyers.
But the new lineups will also include some familiar names.
Toyota will be selling the T7, a midsize SUV, in the U.S. and Japan.
The Toyota T6 is expected to go on the market in late 2019.
And the Toyota iQ is expected in the second half of 2019.
Toyota is also working on a new SUV that will offer a bit more room.
The Lexus RX 400, which Toyota launched in 2015, has been a big hit in China and the U, where it has more than 4 million sales.
The crossover SUV, which is powered by a 3.5-liter V6 and comes with a 2.0-liter turbocharged engine, has helped Toyota sell more than 1 million of them in China alone.
The new SUV is being marketed as a new level of luxury, as opposed to a luxury car.
The vehicle is expected for a U.K. launch later this fall.