The Toyota Avalon sedan gains an all-new design and equipment enhances to attract the modern upscale market. Built on a wider wheelbase, the new Toyota Avalon is moved by a 3.5-liter V-6 engine featuring Dual VVT-i technology for the first time in a Toyota sold in the United States. A front bench seat is no longer available on the Avalon for 2005. Changes are also found with the 2005 Toyota Corolla consists of a reconfigured grille and redesigned taillights. New styling for the Toyota Tacoma reflects the changes the truck line in 2005. Receiving a mild restyle, the eight-passenger 2005 Toyota Sequoia is equipped with a new, more potent eight-cylinder engine featuring variable valve timing. The 2005 Sequoia's 282 horsepower momentum is delivered to the sport utility vehicle's drivetrain with a five-speed automatic transmission. The 4Runner also receives a five-speed automatic gearbox in 2005. Sad news for sport compact enthusiasts, the 2006 model year will be the last to feature the Toyota Celica as a small sports car.