The 2017 4Runner is set to gain two new trim levels: the 4Runner TRD Off-Road and Off-Road Premium, both of which will slot in below the TRD Pro. The Multi-Terrain system allows the driver to adjust the onboard chassis control systems to a specific environment, while the while the Crawl Control program is able to maintain constant speed over rugged terrain. Both models are can also be equipped with the optional Kinetic Dynamic Suspension System, able to increase wheel travel at low speeds. On the visual front, the models have bespoke badges on the C-Pillar and floor mats, along with red TRD stitching prominently displayed on the front headrests. Concave seven-spoke alloy wheels are another common feature. Toyota is expected to release pricing details later in the year.