Staying ahead of your competitors in the automotive industry may not be easy.

As a result, automakers are always looking ahead and trying to outsmart their competitors in various aspects such as technology and vehicle model

Being left behind is a big deal because it could mean the end for any automaker.

Toyota, which has battled German and American rivals as the world's largest automaker, may know this well.

To keep you up to date, Toyota is currently revamping its product line. While starting to focus on sporty offerings

automakers are also pushing to electrify their lineups, promising an onslaught of pure electric, hybrid and fuel cell models.

As planned, Toyota is now converting its SUVs and pickups to hybrids

It's no surprise, given that automakers have had great success with small hybrid models

Auto industry experts expect Toyota to include the midsize SUV 4Runner in this revision.

Once launched, the 2024 Toyota 4Runner his hybrid could be a game-changing SUV.

However, it is clear that Toyota needs more than just beefing up the 4Runner to maintain its desired position.

The automaker has already launched or announced other truck SUVs for the next generation, starting with the all-new 2022 Toyota Tundra and his all-new 2023 Sequoia

The next generation of his 4Runner is said to be in the pipeline for 2024 models as early as he is.

Interestingly, the Tundra has an electric version, while the Sequoia is only available as a hybrid