Lunar Rock Toyota RAV4 Color Overview

Think about choosing Lunar Rock on your RAV4?

The Lunar Rock color only made its debut a few years ago on the RAV4, but the unique color has already gained a cult following.

Whether you’re considering joining the Lunar Rock RAV4 club, or simply want to discover what all of the hype is about, you’ve come to the right place.

In this article, we’ll showcase 20+ photos of this color, discuss its attributes, explain availability, and much more!

lunar rock rav4 parked on street

Color Overview

The color “Lunar Rock” can be described as a mixture of green and grey. In the sunlight, however, it takes on a silver-green aesthetic. As its name suggests, the shade is inspired by the rocky landscape and celestial coloring of the moon.

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Toyota made Lunar Rock available in 2019 when they released the 5th generation RAV4. The manufacturer has also made the color available in several other popular Toyota models. These include the 4Runner, Tundra, Tacoma TRD Pro, and Sequoia.

Now, let’s see what this color looks like in action.


Here’s a selection of RAV4s featuring Toyota’s signature Lunar Rock color. As you can see, they are both practical and eye-catching with their unique green-grey hue.

Video Walkaround

We met with a lunar rock RAV4 owner, who agreed to let us film a short walkaround of their RAV4. Take a look!


Since the color’s release in 2019, Lunar Rock has been available across many different RAV4 trims:

  • 2019-2023 RAV4 XLE (Gas & Hybrid)
  • 2019-2023 RAV4 XLE Premium (Gas & Hybrid)
  • 2019-2023 RAV4 Adventure
  • 2020-2021 RAV4 TRD Off-Road

It can be difficult to find a Lunar Rock RAV4 – both new and used.

Not only is it one of Toyota’s most sought-after colors, but the manufacturer is also experiencing global vehicle demand that currently exceeds supply in some countries. This is resulting in longer-than-usual waiting times for RAV4s in standard colors, let alone the more unique shade of Lunar Rock.

In terms of finding a used Lunar Rock RAV4, your options may also be limited.  Most used RAV4s currently being sold are in standard metallic colors, so finding a Lunar Rock version among these could be challenging.

Although it may be tough, it’s worth the effort if you really like the color. Here’s what makes it so unique.

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What Makes it Unique

Since its release, Lunar Rock has gone on to become an extremely sought-after color in Toyota’s range.

Consumers love its unique take on the common – yet often dull – grey, not to mention its uncanny resemblance to the fascinating colors of the moon’s surface.

People also appreciate Toyota’s willingness to break out of traditional vehicle colors and offer some creative expression and diversity to their product range.

Furthermore, Lunar Rock is neither matte nor overly metallic. It has a subtle vibrance which is more noticeable in bright, natural light.

Interior Pairings

If you’re considering purchasing a Lunar Rock RAV4, you might be wondering what interior colors you also have to choose from.

Because of Lunar Rock’s unique hue, it’s understandable that you won’t want an interior shade that clashes with this green-grey color.

As of the 2023 model year, you can get the following interior colors with a Lunar Rock RAV4:

XLE (Gas, Hybrid):

The Lunar Rock RAV4 XLE is available in three different interior colors, including standard black, ash grey, and light yellow-brown.

Perhaps unsurprisingly, the most popular color combination with Lunar Rock is Ash Fabric, as owners have stated that they like the two-tone ash interior (light and dark grey), over the solid black.

For those looking for something lighter and brighter, however, the Nutmeg fabric really pops against the green-grey exterior.

XLE Premium (Gas, Hybrid):

The RAV4 XLE Premium in Lunar Rock is also available in the same interior colors as the XLE trim, however the Softex provides an upgrade to the standard Fabric.

Essentially, Softex is a synthetic leather material that’s soft to the touch, extremely resistant to spills, and allows for effortless cleaning.


The Lunar Rock RAV4 Adventure trim is also available in Black Softex but comes with the addition of another color: Mocha.

The Mocha interior is predominantly made up of very dark brown, along with light grey and a small pop of dark orange. It’s a great option for those who can’t quite decide on an all-dark or all-light interior to accompany their Lunar Rock exterior.

TRD Off-Road:

The TRD Off-Road RAV4 in Lunar Rock exterior only comes with one interior pairing: black.

You can’t go wrong with the simple pairing, however you will be limited in your choices compared to the other trims we discussed.

Frequently Asked Questions

Lunar Rock became available in 2019 with the 5th generation RAV4. It’s also available on other Toyota vehicles like the 4Runner, Tundra, Tacoma TRD Pro, and Sequoia.

No. Lunar Rock is available for the 2019-2023 XLE (gas & hybrid), XLE Premium (gas & hybrid), and the Adventure. It’s also available on model years 2020-2021 TRD Off-Road.

No. There is no extra cost to have this exterior color, however it is only available on certain model years and trims.

The Bottom Line

The Lunar Rock RAV4 is one of Toyota’s most popular offerings, and for plenty of good reasons too. Not only is the RAV4 one of the most popular SUVs in the world, but its Lunar Rock exterior is unique, flattering, and stylish.

This color is currently available on 4 trim levels, however this may change in the future. If you want a lunar rock RAV4, it could be challenging to find one whether you’re buying new or used.

Of course, there are multiple trims of Lunar Rock RAV4s currently on the market, so take your time to carefully research all of your options.

Although it may be more difficult to get your hands on one of these highly sought-after models, it does pay to register your interest early with your local dealership or keep an eye out on used car websites daily.

What do you think of lunar rock? Let us know in the comments!

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