After Lexus launched the new LX 570 across the Pacific Ocean at Pebble Beach,Toyota has initiated the plans on new Land Cruiser. The two vehicles are closely linked. Toyota is the less glitzy version of the LX 570 and is domestically known as the Land Cruiser 200.
This version has a number of added benefits categorized as visible and invisible. To start with, a reshaped hood and three bar grille are present along with LED headlights and a newly styled tailgate as well. The luxurious interiors have been rejuvenated with a 4.2-inch color TFT LCD screen and new instruments and switchgear. A refined design, pictured by horizontal elevated character lines, extends throughout the automobile. With the inclusion of Copper Brown Mica and Dark Blue Mica, now nine colors adorn the exterior. The ceiling is now painted black, and the interior has four genuine colors to choose from including a new brown color. The seat covers are adorned with durable semi aniline leather.
Toyota has also adorned the new Land Cruiser with the latest Safety Sense P suite. The new and better technologies include pre-collision, lane departure, automatic high-beam systems, pedestrian detection, and radar-enabled cruise control. Here we are describing the Japanese version but equipment levels may vary individually from one market to another country. In Japan, the Land Cruiser is offered in four distinct trim levels. The seating arrangement is either eight seats on three or five seats across two rows. This Land Cruiser is fitted with a 4.6-liter V8 engine piloting all four wheels.
In the near future, Toyota is going to launch this redesigned and restyled Land Cruiser 200 outside Japan. The specifications may vary and so might the options and features. For further reference, the Toyota Land Cruiser 200 Australian release can be seen at Motor Corporation Australia's press-room.