Five generations later, the Toyota RAV4 remains a top seller.

Toyota presented its fifth-generation compact crossover SUV at the 2018 New York International Auto Show.

Since this segment is mega-successful, the Japanese automaker keeps working on it - most recently in late 2021.

The changes, however, may not prevent rivals including Honda's all-new CR-V from stealing its US sales crown.

YouTube's AutoYa info channel has simulated an unreleased, deep-than-OEM RAV4 facelift.

In order to keep up with Hyundai Tucson and Kia Sportage, more changes are expected for 2023 or 2024.

Such large modifications were previously expected, but they never occurred. New exteriors, interior transformations, and traditional colors are revealed by this YT host.

We can easily assume no powertrain enhancements will occur - so ICEs, hybrids, and PHEVs will remain the same.

As for the GR RAV4 concept from a few months ago, we're eagerly anticipating a second take on it.

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