The Toyota RAV4 first went on sale in 1994 and is now considered one of the company's leading products.
The Japanese car maker has now used the Los Angeles Motor Show to debut the fourth generation of its successful mid-sized SUV, and it is bares little resemblance to the car it replaces.
It uses the brand’s new design language, seen on the recently revised Toyota Auris, and claims to be longer, wider, lower and smarter than ever before. Thanks to an increased wheelbase, the car is more practical, too.
Due on sale next year, the refreshed RAV4 will actually undercut the car it replaces. Prices will start at around £22,000 and will come with a variety of different engine choices and the option of two and four-wheel drive.