The next generation 2013 Toyota Avalon has its world premiere today in New York. With stunning new look and improved dynamics, the new Toyota Avalon (2013) hopes to build on the success of its predecessor. 2013 Toyota Avalon is a mid-size sedan measuring 195.3 inches (4960 mm) long, 72.2 inches (1835 mm) in width and 57.5 inches (1460 mm) in height. This means that the 2013 Toyota Avalon is shorter, narrower and lower than the 2012 version. Hopefully it will not have less space inside.
The exterior design of the 2013 Toyota Avalon is dominated by its Double-eye PES (Projector Ellipsoid System) headlamps with HID (High-Intensity Discharge), its LED DRLs, and its 18-inch alloys. Overall, the interior space offered by the new Toyota Avalon (2013) has been improved, as well as the equipment offered by the car. The new Toyota Avalon comes with the Entune multimedia system, better sound insulation, USB connectivity, a JBL Synthesis Premium Audio system, a HDD Premium Navigation with 7-inch screen, a 6.1-inch touchscreen and ambient lighting.
The new Toyota was developed in North America, which means that its main market will be in the United States Toyota Avalon.