The Toyota Land Cruiser has been with us for more than 60 years now. It has evolved from a basic four-wheel-drive utility vehicle to a luxury upscale eight-passenger sport utility vehicle. However it has still remained one of the best off roaders thanks to its durability and uncompromising go-anywhere capability.
|Toyota Land Cruiser|
|New cool multi spoke rims|
|Rear of the all new Land Cruiser|
This helps to optimize power, fuel efficiency and emissions. Married to the engine is a six-speed automatic transmission system designed to handle high torque while performing with great smoothness. The transmission’s control unit estimates road conditions to select the appropriate gear ratio for the vehicle’s speed and driving conditions. A sequential shift mode allows the driver to select gears manually.
|Rear of the Land Cruiser|
|Strong and durable|
This allows the driver to maintain focus on steering over extremely rough level ground or steep grades, without having to also modulate the throttle or brake-pedals. With Off-Road Turn Assist, the CRAWL Control helps to hold the vehicle to a target speed with practically no driver intervention. Hill-start Assist Control (HAC) provides additional control for off-road driving by helping to keep the vehicle stationary while starting on a steep incline or slippery surface.
|Majestic as ever|
There is also a TORSEN® limited-slip locking centre differential to distribute power between the front and rear wheels. Traction control (TRAC) employs both brake and throttle intervention to help control wheel spin. Vehicle Stability Control (VSC), with a cut-off switch, helps maintain directional control during cornering.
|Cool HDD premium infotainment system|
|Heritage spanning 60years|
|Restyled front look that features LED’s|
New interior convenience features include a Multi-terrain Monitor with front, side or rear selectable views; a new Multi-information Display; an Eco Driving Indicator light and zone display; a heated steering wheel; Dynamic Radar Cruise Control; an additional power outlet (DC 12V) at the rear of the center console; and a rear cargo deck power outlet that has been changed to AC 120V from AC 115V.