Built on 60 years of unrivalled experience, the all-new Land Cruiser meets the unique requirements of customers who expect perfect performance in the world’s toughest environments. No other 4WD can offer this combination of on-road dynamics and off-road ability, and even higher standards of quality and comfort.

The all-new Land Cruiser’s off-road capability has been significantly enhanced through the introduction of a Multi-terrain Select function, a four-camera Multi-terrain Monitor, a Steering Angle Display and Crawl Control. These systems combine to offer both skilful and inexperienced drivers a unique level of guidance and technical support.

Land Cruiser comes with a choice of two engines: a 205 kW/249 DIN hp 4.0 litre Dual VVT-i V6 petrol engine or a 127 kW/173 DIN hp 3.0 litre four-cylinder turbodiesel. The CO2 emissions of both engines have been reduced by 12%, and the turbodiesel returns a best-in-class fuel consumption of 8.1 l/100 km and CO2 emissions of 214 g/km in the combined cycle.

The revised front independent wishbone and rear multi-link suspension is equipped with a new, electronically modulated Kinetic Dynamic Suspension System (KDSS). Adaptive Variable Suspension (AVS) incorporating Roll Posture Control and a rear air suspension system with a Height Control function can be fitted optionally.

In a more refined and spacious cabin, seven-seat versions now feature second-row seats with a 135 mm sliding range, a more flexible, 40:20:40 split/folding/reclining seat back, and a walk-in, slide-and-tilt function for third row access. Third-row seats may be raised and lowered independently, and an optional power function allows this to be done at the touch of a button.

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