The 2023 Toyota Sequoia is slated for reveal on January 25th. Naturally, Toyota is issuing a few teasers of the redesigned SUV leading up to said reveal. While the teaser shots don’t show us much, they do confirm a heavily revamped Sequoia is coming.

Thus far two teaser shots have been dropped by Toyota. The first one shows off the rear quarter of the new Sequoia, which is completely redesigned from today’s version. It also validates an interesting body line just under the belt line, while the D-pillar is also a new, more interesting shape.

The latest teaser is simply one of the rear end. This too shows off a total redesign, including “Sequoia” lettering near the bottom of the lift gate and a metallic trim piece just under the window. Generally this view gives off vibes similar to the redesigned Tundra, which is no surprise as this Sequoia is expected to share many design elements with the pickup.

Aside from these two teasers, Toyota isn’t saying much else about the 2023 Sequoia. We expect it to share its powertrains with the new Tundra as well, which means a standard twin-turbo 3.5-liter V-6 with 348 horsepower and 405 pound-feet of torque. Tundra’s optional i-Force Max engine will likely find its way to the Sequoia as well, which features 389 horsepower and 479 pound-feet of torque.

Additionally, expect a far more modern interior in this Sequoia. The centerpiece of this interior will likely be a large new touchscreen powered by Toyota’s all-new infotainment system. We wouldn’t be surprised if the Sequoia’s interior shared many (if not most) of its design elements with the Tundra as well.

Stay turned on January 25th at 9:30 EST for all the details on the 2023 Toyota Sequoia.