Toyota is launching a new model in 2018 that will include a made in America stamp on its hood.
The new Highlander is the first crossover to feature the new stamp, which was unveiled at the company’s unveiling in Japan earlier this month.
“The Highlander is a crossover built with American ingenuity and values,” said Jim Dolan, Toyota’s president of global design and innovation.
“Its design, engineering, and build are all made in the United States, with American-made components like aluminum and steel.
Our customers love the Highlander, and the American people love it.”
The Highlander is built on the same platform as the 2016 Highlander, but it’s powered by a 1.6-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine that produces about 200 horsepower.
It’s a larger-than-normal version of the new Accord sedan, and it features a longer wheelbase than the old one.
“This model was a direct result of the Highlander’s success in the U.S.,” Dolan said.
“In fact, in 2016 we sold 1.5 million of the hatchback’s vehicles worldwide.
With the introduction of the Accord, the hatch is now available to the world and a brand that has been on the rise.”
The new crossover will be available starting in January 2018, with the first models coming later this year.
Toyota will also release a limited edition Highlander hatchback in 2019 that has a lower body kit, which is more affordable.
It will also offer an optional sport package with a larger hatchback body.
The Highlander has a base price of $37,500 and will be sold in the US.