Three customized Toyota Avalon models coming to the 2012 SEMA Show

Article by Christian A., on October 29, 2012

Three very differently tuned Toyota Avalons will be displayed at the upcoming 2012 SEMA Show. The customized Avalon TRD edition will get parts from Toyota Racing Development (TRD) to provide what represents a major increase in power. The resulting bump is the result of the use of several components such as a supercharger for a 3.5-liter V6.

In addition, it features lowering springs, high-performance brakes, and a set of 19-inch alloy wheels. Its interior will also get an upgrade. It will feature perforated leather seats, a special headliner and a new stereo. Then there’s the Avalon HV edition, which utilizes a lot of the same equipment from TRD as the previous car. However, it uses a hybrid drivetrain instead of a supercharged six.

The third Avalon is created by DUB Magazine with a custom body kit, mesh grille, lowered suspension and 22-inch wheels. In addition, it features tinted headlights. Its interior is colored to match. It also boasts of suede seats, a black leather headliner and trunk that’s filled with three big subwoofers.

New Toyota Avalon 2013 model features an elegant and sporty look with its longer flowing roofline that creates an engaging side silhouette paired with a low beltline that convey motion with a stance that is road holding. Its exterior is specially designed to carry out a great sense of performance as well as agility to complement the enhanced dynamic capabilities of the car.

Unlike its 2012 model, this latest version provides tauter and more athletic dimensions in its exterior combined with a classy style without sacrificing interior comfort a well. Its height is reduced by 25 mm and its front overhangs are also reduced by 15 mm and the rear overhangs by 45 mm. The space between the car’s body and its tires is also reduced by 7 mm as compared to its previous model. Its side rails at the back that surrounds the rear glass is also reduced by 33 mm to tighten its greenhouse proportions. The overall vehicle tread is increased 10 mm at the front and 15 mm at the rear to widen the wheel placement under the car’s athletic body.

While keeping up with the elegant and sporty theme, the car’s exterior lighting is specially designed to complement its design lines. It features the first Quadrabeam in the industry which highlights a headlight cluster that uses a compact and sleek double-eye PES designed accented with two square glass condenser lenses adopted for low beams while providing exceptional lighting performance.

It is also equipped with Halogen and High Intensity Discharge (HID) light bulbs for the low beam PES double-eye front lamps. Six top-class LED bulbs are also used for its Available Daytime Running Lights (DRL) to give the vehicle’s front fascia a unique and distinct image.

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