As automakers fill voids in their product lineups with new vehicles and return to segments they abandoned, a growing number of newly launched vehicles have familiar-sounding names.
While the calendar says 2020, nameplates that disappeared in the early 2000s, the 1990s and in some cases even longer ago have returned in updated form. And more are on the way.
Last month, Toyota revealed a new two-row, hybrid-only midsize crossover to slot between the RAV4 and Highlander. But the sleek model came with an old name: Venza.