- Competes with: Jeep Grand Cherokee, Land Rover LR4
- Looks like: An angry Japanese battle robot
- Drivetrain: 270-hp, 4.0-liter V-6, five-speed automatic transmission with locking transfer case
- Hits dealerships: TBD
Toyota took the wraps off of the mildly updated 2014 4Runner SUV at a country music festival in California over the weekend. It added some minor touches to one of the few remaining truck-based rear-wheel-drive SUVs on the market. No crossover this, the 4Runner will be available in three styles: SR5, Limited, and the highly off-road-capable Trail model. Three drivetrains will also be available — all models share the same 270-horsepower, 4.0-liter V-6 engine and five-speed automatic transmission, but the 4Runner will be available in rear-wheel drive, part-time 4x4 and full-time 4x4 with multimode selection depending on trim and package options.