1. Better customers service, one that responds to ideas such as "d" below. I contacted Toyota and mentioned that a simple firmware update would solve the problem. They responded with "we will route your input to our engineers," and that was the end of it about a year ago.
2. Agree with others about a 6-speed manual transmission on a normally-aspirated V-6 motor. Also:
a. A single muffler system, but made of a good quality stainless steel all the way through. It can have a dual stainless steel tips, but not two mufflers
b. Leave the back gate or door as it is, but with an opening/closing window
c. Leave the tire the way it is (on the gate). It's a lot easier of one to drop the spare tire than to pull one out of a trunk or from underneath of the vehicle, specially if changing the tire on a few inches of snow or rain
d. Most important: get rid of the stupid pressure tire sensing system that has to be programed at the dealer; or at least update the firmware to allow for the computer to recognize and register the sensors by itself with the aid of the vehicle's owner. For example, in a similar way that the oil-change reminder is reset, or with a combination of ignition key plus the push of a button in a series of steps
e. Aluminum alloy wheels-standard. The ugly steel wheels have to go