Toyota's third-generation RAV4 has been on the scene since 2005, making it one of the oldest models in the brand's current line-up.
Facelifts have kept the midsized SUV fresh, but now a new model is on the way and recent spy photos have offered hints at what is to come.
This week however, new photos snapped by a member of the Saudia Arabian ToyotaClub-SA community reveal more than a few of the new car's finer details.
The images offer further proof that the new RAV4 will borrow heavily from the look of the new Camry, featuring a hooked headlight design, deep-V grille and hard-edged bumpers.
At the rear, the new RAV4's lights will extended into the tailgate, while a low-cut bumper creating the same tall opening loading provided by the third-gen SUV.
While previous generations of the RAV4 have taken on more bulk with each successive model, the spied SUV looks to retain the general proportions of the current model.
Engine options are likely to offer the same spread as the current model, including four- and six-cylinder variants.
Watch for more details on the new RAV4 over the coming year.
[Images via ToyotaClub-SA]
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