Phone mirroring would be fed through a minimum 7.0-inch screen
The downside? The Toyota RAV4 will be the first car in Australia to get smartphone mirroring, and despite that car already launching, the technology won't arrive until the end of the year. Customers who buy a RAV4 before then will be eligible for retro-fitment of the tech when it becomes available - and it will be done at no cost. It is expected the HiAce will offer the same retro-fit solution.
As already reported here, the HiAce will be available in five spec levels with the choice of two engines, either a 3.5-litre V6 or 2.8-litre turbo-diesel, with price (before on-road costs) ranging from $38,640 to $70,140.