Toyota’s Fourth Generation 2020 Highlander Redesigned from the Ground Up

- New Available Dynamic Torque Vectoring All-Wheel Drive with Driveline Disconnect and Multi Terrain Select PLANO, Texas, Dec. 18, 2019 /PRNewswire/ – The fourth-generation Toyota Highlander brings a new level of bold, distinctive design to a foundation built on safety, comfort, quality, durability and reliability. The Highlander gas model will be available this month and the Highlander hybrid will make its way to customers in February 2020. Just as the first RAV4 launched the compact crossover SUV segment 22 years ago, the original Highlander redefined the midsize family SUV when it arrived in 2001. At a time when most midsize SUVs were truck-based, the Highlander’s unibody structure with four-wheel independent suspension quickly became the template for a new segment of more comfortable and family-friendly SUVs. After adding a third row, the Highlander not only grew in size, but is also now the best-selling retail model in the segment since 2016. Now, the 2020 Highlander amplifies all qualities while taking on a dramatic new design direction that combines a powerful SUV presence with sophisticated detailing. The new sophisticated SUV sits on a new vehicle platform c...

With Microsoft taking direct aim at enterprises for its HoloLens 2 with a $3,500 price tag,

With Microsoft taking direct aim at enterprises for its HoloLens 2 with a $3,500 price tag, one startup is betting that business will be willing to pony up for glasses-free 3D displays as well. After shipping its Looking Glass Standard (previously called the HoloPlayer One) 8.9 inch tabletop displays for glasses-free interaction with 3D content at a much lower price than the HoloLens, startup Looking Glass Factory is now digging into the other side of the market with the Looking Glass Pro Workstation, an all-in-one 3D desktop computer selling for $6,000. While HoloPlayer One gave customers a display to pair with compatible desktops, the Looking Glass Pro Workstation includes a 15.6-inch lightfield display, a fold-out 7-inch touchscreen display, a Leap Motion controller for interacting with 3D content, and an embedded Intel NUC 8 VR computer to run the whole show. “After shipping thousands of standard and large Looking Glass dev kit displays to 3D content creators earlier this year, we received numerous requests from companies for a self-contained holographic solution that they could start using instantly, without needing to connect separate peripherals or an external compu...