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First Look at Army Green 2020 Toyota 4Runner TRD Pro

The highly-anticipated 2020 Toyota 4Runner will hit dealerships in just a couple short months. See the first photos of the new Army Green 4Runner.

This is a busy season for Toyota and its followers. We will be seeing new 2020 Tundra trucks with refreshed features, the 2020 Tacoma with many new upgrades, and of course the 2020 4Runner with some important updates as well. Do not forget the 2020 Highlander that will make its way to buyers in December. Brace yourself for many upcoming 2020 Toyota stories from yours truly at Feel free to bookmark the site.

2020 Toyota 4Runner changes coming

Fans of the Toyota 4Runner will be pleased with the upgrades coming to the 2020 model year. Expect standard across-the-board Toyota Safety Sense active safety features that include pre-collision system with pedestrian detection, dynamic radar cruise control, lane departure alert and automatic high beams. These should help lessen the risk for front and side collisions, as well as assisting drivers at night.

Also, look for the 2020 4Runner to include Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. Other improvements include the addition of smart key push button start and rear USB ports for back seat passengers.

2020 Toyota 4Runner TRD Pro in Army Green

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Show us this Army Green 2020 4Runner TRD Pro

The 2020 4Runner TRD Pro will be offered in a new color this year, Army Green. This matches with Toyota’s philosophy of introducing a new exclusive color each year to the TRD Pro lineup. Voodoo blue is the 2019 TRD Pro special color, while Cavalry Blue was the exclusive color for 2018 models.

We have already seen what the 2020 Tundra and 2020 Tacoma will look like in Army Green, and now it is our opportunity to see the 4Runner. Of course, the front end will look a bit different this upcoming model year, as it has been customized to accommodate Toyota Safety Sense radar technology.

2020 Toyota 4Runner TRD Pro Army Green Door Panels

Please note: These photos are only a sneak preview from an online forum and not the final finished product. This is designed simply to show you the Army Green color and how it looks on the 2020 4Runner. Look for finished wheels and other options when 4Runner reaches dealerships this fall.

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Time to see what you think of the 4Runner

What do you think of the 2020 4Runner in Army Green? Will you be in the market for a new 4Runner and will you consider the TRD Pro in this new color? Also, do you plan on looking into buying an Army Green Tundra, or a Tacoma, or a Sequoia?

Thanks for reading everyone. See you next story where I am discussing my first look impressions from the interior of 2020 Toyota 4Runner TRD Pro. Update from Sept. 3, 2020: Pricing Just Released for 2020 Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro.

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Phil Mislinski (not verified)    August 29, 2019 - 11:26AM

Pretty cool looking, but I will be keeping my 2007 SR5 with OME suspension until the wheels fall off, Toyota starts selling a turbo diesel 4Runner, or I scrape together the cash for a Bollinger B1.

PJ (not verified)    August 29, 2019 - 12:27PM

I am not sure you could really call the 11th year version of an unchanged vehicle "highly anticipated". This vehicle was long in the tooth 5 years ago (I own a '14) and so the only thing I see as newsworthy or of interest is when the heck Toyota is going to do a new generation 4RUNNER

JGinNJ (not verified)    August 30, 2019 - 9:30AM

In reply to by PJ (not verified)

Exactly what I thought. I don't know of any owner or prospective owner who is breathing heavily over
the safety features or some computer upgrade. The motor though is of central interest.

David (not verified)    August 31, 2019 - 1:24PM

In reply to by PJ (not verified)

I couldn't say it better. Same car/same design/same transmission/ same engine/almost the same interior design. The car is great, true, but it should redesign some of its internal elements to make it more modern.

John (not verified)    August 29, 2019 - 1:53PM

Can't wait to see the AG TRD Pro in the flesh. The hopes are that I will be inspired to "upgrade" from my beloved 2012 Trail. My hesitations are the redesign forthcoming in 2022, and the premium I will pay for the new model with an identical drive train to my 2012. A V-8 option would be welcomed, but Toyota has found the secret sauce with the 4.0 V-6, it is bulletproof. My 2012 is lightly modded, but for me, it is perfection. Level kit with Bilstein's, 275s, pedal box, blacked out and has some bolt on parts. I really doubt the 2020 will be a significant enough "upgrade" to justify parting with my dollars.

Michael (not verified)    August 29, 2019 - 2:54PM

I would look better if Toyota could pull this off without a clear coat. I have a pickup I put together with a mixture of generations, and I would take my rattle can od green over this any day of the week.

FRANK MARTINEZ (not verified)    August 30, 2019 - 9:20AM

Keep the 4.0 v6 do not by any means upgraded to a 3.5 I don't like it in my Tacoma.
Upgrading a transmission to a least an 8-speed automatic gear driven transmission no cvts please.