The Toyota Land Cruiser L200 is the newest version of the popular Toyota vehicle. A more aggressive and bolder front end is featured on the current generation Toyota Land Cruiser. It also comes with a more premium-looking interior. The premium styling is perfectly combined with the car’s rugged go-anywhere attitude.
The latest version of the Toyota Land Cruiser is available in four colors – Grey Metallic, Silver Metallic, Attitude Black Mica, and Pearl White Crystal Shine.
The Toyota Land Cruiser is perfectly balanced for adventure and driving in the city
The Japanese car manufacturer retained the silhouette of the Toyota Land Cruiser but altered the face. It features simple lines throughout the car's body. The lines are elegant, clean, and utilitarian. The style is enough to consider it as a premium SUV and the right ruggedness to name it a Land Cruiser.
The front fascia received a facelift in 2015 and now carries projector headlamps with LED DRLs. The lower part of the bumper also features chrome protrusions. The rear section gets a revised taillight system with a mix of halogens and LEDs. The power liftgate system assists the opening of the vehicle’s rear hatch with a split-open design.
Inside the Toyota Land Cruiser features a modern interior with a several but harks back to the old school design. There is leather all around the cabin. In terms of quality, the current model seems upmarket compared to the previous model. A broad dashboard adds to the car's grandeur with an infotainment display at the center, which looked a bit small because of its entire width. More legroom is offered in the middle row. The rear seats can comfortably accommodate adults as well.
Overall, Toyota Land Cruiser can seat a total of eight people in the cabin – two in the front seat, three in the middle row, and three in the rear seats.
Technology & Safety feature
The Toyota Land Cruiser offers a lot of tech features. One of them is the climate control where occupants get a 4-zone automatic system, including a rear cooler. The 6-speaker unit infotainment system comes with a head-unit mounted in the center console featuring AUX, USB, and Bluetooth connectivity. Other features include electrically adjustable seats, keyless entry with push-start button, and power tailgate.
In terms of safety, the Toyota Land Cruiser comes with seven airbags, height-adjustable front seat belts, ESP, ABS and EBD, tire pressure monitoring, crash sensors, front and side-impact beams, day and night rearview mirror, and hill start assist. Power door locks and central locking are also available in the Toyota Land Cruiser.
Platform & Chassis
The chassis code of the Toyota Land Cruiser is J200 with a four-wheel-drive layout. The front suspension is handled by a double-wishbone while the rear setup is a 4-link coil-spring rear system. The LC200 is massive with a 2,850 mm wheelbase, 1,980 mm in width, and a length of 5,170 mm. A car this big can comfortably accommodate eight adult passengers.
The Toyota Land Cruiser rides in 18-inch alloy wheels. In terms of ride comfort, this 4x4 SUV is a high point - all because of the high-profile tires and ground clearance partnered with the fully independent suspension setup on all the four wheels.
Engine & Drivetrain
Toyota Land Cruiser is powered by a 4.5L V8 diesel power plant called the 1VD-FTV. This engine produces a maximum output of 234 horsepower and 615 Newton-meter of torque. It is paired with a 6-speed automatic transmission.
The power and torque are delivered to the four wheels via the four-wheel-drive, which comes as standard on all variants. The 4x4 system allows the Toyota Land Cruiser to pass through different terrain with the assistance of the vehicle's various modes, including sand, mud, loose rock, rock and dirt, and other types of terrain.