Which models will they be for?
Toyota has made serious and successful efforts to up the emotional value and overall attitude of its models over the past few years. One ideal example is the Toyota Supra. However, it's a niche sports coupe with limited mass appeal. On the other hand, popular models such as the Toyota Camry, Corolla, and RAV4 all have attractive new designs inside and out. One way to enhance those designs even further is the stylish Nightshade Edition. The most recent example is the Toyota Corolla Hatchback Nightshade Edition, which features 18-inch black alloy wheels, black badges, black spoiler and door handles, and more items.
And now, according to Cars Direct, Toyota will soon unveil two more Nightshade Editions, this time for the 2021 Toyota C-HR and Avalon.
With these two models, the automaker is on track to have at least 10 Nightshade Edition models by the time 2020 wraps up. A dealership bulletin reveals the existence of these latest editions, and it appears the Avalon Nightshade Edition will replace the Avalon XSE. The main reason is that the XSE, which was once the sportiest Avalon one could buy, is no longer needed because there's the Avalon TRD.
Details regarding the C-HR Nightshade Edition remain unknown at the moment, though we can except for it to receive similar styling doses as its counterparts.
Unlike the Avalon, the C-HR Nightshade Edition isn't set to replace any other existing trim. Pricing for both of these new editions is not available, though we expect the packages' cost will be roughly similar to those on other models. For the Corolla SE Hatchback, the Nightshade Edition is an extra $900. Aside from the Camry, Corolla, the Nightshade Edition is available on the Sienna, 4Runner, and, later this summer, the Tacoma, Tundra, and Sequoia.
Once the C-HR and Avalon join the club, the total number of Nightshade Editions will amount to 10.