The new sixth-generation Toyota 4Runner is set to debut on Tuesday, but Toyota has one more teaser for us.

On Monday, Toyota released a teaser photo for the redesigned 2025 4Runner, which confirms a rugged Trailhunter variant is coming.

Trailhunter is Toyota's grade aimed at fans of overlanding, and in the case of the related Tacoma pickup comes with such items as steel bumpers with recovery hooks, position-sensitive 2.5-inch monotube shocks, a bed-mounted air compressor, and more.

A previous teaser confirmed the beloved drop-down rear window on the current 4Runner's tailgate will carry over into the sixth-gen SUV. Power operated via either the tailgate (by two buttons that can be seen in the teaser) or via the dashboard, the drop-down glass enables longer items to hang out of the rear window or fresh air to flow through the cabin while driving.

Inside the cabin the 4Runner will feature an available 14.0-inch touchscreen perched on the dashboard (an 8.0-inch touchscreen is expected to be standard), a volume knob, and pushbutton start. 

The first teaser released a month ago showed the SUV's rear bumper and lower portion of the tailgate. Like today's 4Runner, the tailgate sits low into the bumper, which theoretically should enable a lower lift-over height making loading heavy items easier.

The new 4Runner will ride on Toyota's TNGA-F body-on-frame platform, which is shared with everything from the SUV's pickup Tacoma sibling, to its relatives, the Land Cruiser and Lexus GX. It's also shared with the full-size Tundra pickup and Sequoia SUV.

The new 4Runner is expected to drop the current model's naturally aspirated V-6 in favor of turbo-4 engines with a range of power ratings. A hybrid powertrain option is expected in top trims along with an 8-speed automatic. A 6-speed manual might mark the return of a manual transmission for the nameplate.