How to make your Toyota Matrix more like a Tesla

Tired of driving your car all day?

With the Toyota Matrix, you’ll be able to get more from your commute.

article Toyota’s new Matrix is a premium crossover that will hit the US market in 2020.

It’s got all the features you want in a mainstream crossover like a powertrain and a more powerful version of the Model S’ all-wheel drive.

The Matrix also has a retractable roof, but it’s also got a retractible rear wing, which Toyota says makes the car “almost like a supercar.”

Toyota’s marketing materials say the Matrix’s styling is inspired by the Toyota Camry and Lexus LS400.

It has a wide rear spoiler, and a big hood with a big roofline that you can flip up.

The roof is retractable, too, and the hood folds back and the rear seats fold up for easy storage.

The interior of the Matrix is the best of both worlds.

The seats have a nice curve, with a soft back that gives you plenty of room to rest your feet on.

The steering wheel is also pretty comfortable.

But that’s about it.

The only real selling point is the Matrix can go up to 70 miles per hour in 5.7 seconds.

This car has a 5.9-liter V6 engine that produces 552 horsepower and 470 lb-ft of torque.

The powertrain comes from a 6.2-liter twin-turbo V8 that makes 420 hp and 500 lb-force.

Toyota says the Matrix will hit 60 mph in just 2.4 seconds and will go from 0 to 60 in 3.8 seconds.

Toyota claims the Matrix has a top speed of 217 mph, but that might be a bit high.

The car also has an automatic transmission that can handle up to 60 miles per gallon.

It will start with an EPA-estimated 32 mpg city and 36 mpg highway.

The Toyota Matrix is also rated at 20 mpg combined on the highway and highway and 20 mPG combined on a city and city hybrid.

The Model S gets 35 mpg.

The Lexus gets 33 mpg on the city and highway.

It also has three available fuel-saving modes: ECO mode, Sport mode, and Eco mode with automatic.

The Eco mode is the most fuel-efficient mode and offers the best fuel economy, with combined city/highway and highway fuel economy of 15 mpg and 21 mpg respectively.

Toyota recommends the Matrix as a daily driver.

For the more advanced buyers, the Toyota Model S offers a six-speed automatic transmission.

That means the Matrix also gets the best gas mileage, which is why it’s so popular.

The model also comes with an optional eight-speed manual transmission, but there are no automatic transmission options available.

There’s no fuel economy data available.

The manual transmission offers a range of about 120 miles on the Autobahn, but the Toyota says that’s only because it only drives up to a maximum speed of 70 mph.

The Tesla Model S has an EPA rating of 31 mpg, and there’s no automatic mode available.