New Toyota Land Cruiser 2021: What We Know So Far
Toyota is working on a massive update to the Land Cruiser lineup, evident from all of the spy shots we’ve seen so far. Reports suggest the updated model may debut soon, and we’re telling you everything we’ve learned so far about the 2021 Land Cruiser.
The new generation Toyota Land Cruiser, to be baptized Land Cruiser LC300, receives a major update in terms of exterior design. The front profile of the SUV receives a reworked grille with thicker slats and a brushed aluminum finish, a heavily redesigned bumper with a U-shaped insert, fog lights with chrome surrounds and projector headlights with tail lights. L-shaped daylight. On each side, the model receives square wheel arches, while the roof rails are missing. Towards the rear, the SUV receives a higher right tailgate and larger rectangular-shaped wrap-around LED taillights.
Inside, too, the 2021 Toyota Land Cruiser gets a full upgrade and now comes with a large, self-contained touchscreen infotainment system, although unlike most modern cars it doesn’t. not skip the physical buttons instead of another set of touch controls. controls. These buttons can help occupants access controls for climate control and off-road system capabilities. The sunroof and dual-pod analog instrument console were retained, with the latter now separated by a larger MID unit.
Under the hood, the new Toyota Land Cruiser will be available with dual V6 engines, and yes, the V8 engine is likely to have been discontinued. The 3.5-liter gasoline engine will be tuned to produce 409 horsepower and 650 Nm of torque, while the 3.3-liter diesel mill could produce 302 horsepower and 700 Nm. The model will be offered in 10 colors which include white. Glacier, Pearl White Metallic, Classic White, Satin Silver Metallic, Graphite Gray Metallic, Ruby Metallic, Black, Attitude Black, Avante-Garde Bronze Metallic and Ocean Moonlight Metallic.