Top 4 features of the 2021 Toyota Highlander
The 2021 Toyota Highlander is a mid-size family crossover SUV available in eight-seater and seven-seater options if the second-row bench is swapped for the captain’s chair. The lineup features a sporty and new XSE model with a sport-tuned suspension. Here is a comprehensive list of all the essential technical specifications for your reference.
- Digital rearview mirror
These days the absence of a rearview mirror, especially on a three-row SUV, does not reflect too well on its safety standards. But the all-new Toyota Highlander offers a clear view of the rear terrain with the digital rearview mirror. The camera is located high on the inside of the rear window and provides a wider field of vision.
- Apple CarPlay® compatible
The 2021 Toyota Highlander is Apple CarPlay® compatible. It is defined as “the ultimate copilot” and allows users to sync their iPhone with the vehicle’s multimedia system. The available feature lets the user make calls, send or receive messages, get directions, and listen to music while driving. Users can also opt for the available 1200 watts JBL® audio system with an 11 speaker surround sound setup for an extraordinary audio experience. Just brief Siri® on the destination, and Apple Maps will seamlessly guide you there.
- WiFi connect
The SUV offers the best available Wi-Fi Connect feature via the AT&T network. The wireless technology allows up to five devices that run on 4G LTE Wi-FI speeds for seamless connectivity. The user also gains access to HBO, CNN, TNT, and more, at no extra charge with the available unlimited AT&T in-car Wi-Fi® data plan. All the user needs to do is open the app store or AT&T Wi-Fi account dashboard and download the WarnerMedia RIDE application.
- Front and rear parking assist
The 2021 Toyota Highlander also comes with features like the available Intelligent Clearance Sonar (ICS) and Rear Cross-Traffic Braking (RCTB). These parking assist features offer audible and visual warnings that make parking less complicated. Based on certain conditions, the brakes may auto-apply themselves if the sensor detects another vehicle or object.