Do some editions of the Toyota RAV4 offer a 'conventional' automatic gearbox?

I read recently that some editions of the more modern Toyota RAV4 offer a 'conventional' automatic gearbox as an alternative to the CVT box. Is this correct?

Asked on 10 January 2017 by John Dann

Answered by Honest John
The diesels are torque converter, the petrol model is Multidrive S CVT and the hybrid is epicyclic CVT.
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