The Venza is Toyota's hybrid crossover SUV. It sits just above the RAV4 Hybrid in the Toyota lineup and is one of the brand's most luxurious offerings. Think of it as the SUV equivalent of the Crown sedan. While there are drawbacks (like its lack of a tow rating, frustrating interior ergonomics and lack of space compared to rivals), the Venza is a quiet and feature-rich crossover that appeals to buyers who value comfort above all else.
The Venza's second generation was introduced for 2021, and based on typical life cycles for a vehicle, 2024 could bring light changes to the Venza. We'd expect the powertrain, a 2.5-liter four-cylinder augmented by three electric motors, to remain unchanged. But the exterior would get a light nip and tuck, with Toyota sharpening the SUV's style and bringing it in line with the rest of its lineup. We'd also expect Toyota to pack in some new features. Beyond that, the Venza should stay the same efficient, comfortable place to spend time it has been.