Avalon's instrument panel has real stitching, brushed hard plastic trim, and sweeping shapes.
Avalon comes in three interior colors: Black, Light Gray, and new Almond color, shown in photo.
Rear wraparound tail lights a prominent design element of next-gen Toyota large sedan.
Avalon's rear seat downsized from '12 model's, but still retains enough legroom to comfortably seat above-average-height female.
A character line that runs from front fender, just above door handles and into taillight, another design feature of '13 Avalon.
Avalon Hybrid's engine bay, with 156-hp 2.5L DOHC 4-cyl. and two electric motors, one used primarily as motor and other as generator. Total system hp 200.
Closeup of dashboard stitching on new Avalon's instrument panel on passenger side.
'13 Avalon's center console home to drive-mode buttons, as well as metal-finish heated seat knobs and cupholders.
Avalon's door panel design clean and simple, with stitching promiment. Shown in light-gray interior color.
'13 Avalon's center stack uses capacitive switches, specifically for HVAC controls shown at left.
New Avalon interior big leap from '12, shown in photo. Less lacquered wood trim and more complicated shapes big differences between old and new models.
Toyota's outgoing Avalon, shown in photo, based on larger platform and with more boxy shape than new model.
The new fourth-generation, '13 Toyota Avalon makes a big leap in style, both inside and out. With a new coupe-like appearance, and a high-quality, well-designed interior, it raises the bar for the No.1 Japanese auto maker.
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