The new Land Cruiser retains the same total length and wheelbase length, as well as the same approach angle, departure angle, and ramp break angle as the previous generation. This ensures that the vehicle maintains its ease of handling and off-road performance. Inside, the interior has been updated to be more in line with modern Toyota products, featuring a larger and more prominent infotainment screen and a three-spoke steering wheel. With its long life cycle, it is expected that the Land Cruiser will survive beyond 2030 and become electrified.
The new Land Cruiser also offers an improved driving position, allowing for a drive that is more in line with the driver's intentions. The Land Cruiser is known for its off-road capabilities, so creating a version that stands out and attracts attention is a challenge. To meet this challenge, Toyota has equipped the new Land Cruiser with a hydraulic power steering system that can withstand harsh environments, as well as an electric steering actuator. The Land Cruiser first participated in the Dakar Rally in 1995 and has continued to participate in the production car category for over 25 years.
To further enhance the driving experience, Toyota offers a semi-digital instrument cluster with an analog speedometer and an analog tachometer. For the new Land Cruiser 300 series, and particularly for the GR Sport model, feedback from drivers who participated in the rally was used to develop the vehicle. The goal was to make improvements and create a vehicle that was safe, easy to drive, and not tiring even under the toughest driving conditions. To achieve this, Toyota has equipped the new Land Cruiser with a recently developed 3.5-liter twin-turbo V6 gasoline engine that produces 305 kW (415 hp) of power and 650 Nm of torque.
Additionally, Toyota has developed a new version of its TNGA platform called TNGA-F for models such as the new Land Cruiser, Tundra, and next-generation Prado. It is rumored that the base engine will be Toyota's 3.5-liter twin-turbo V6, as found in the Lexus LS; it is also reported that a 3.3-liter turbodiesel V6 will be available.The videos of the event can be viewed on Toyota's official Land Cruiser YouTube channel at the address below. The Land Cruiser has been supporting more satisfying lives, livelihoods, and lifestyles around the world for many years now; it promises to take people everywhere they need to go and return them home safe and sound. In terms of design, the new Toyota Land Cruiser looks more elegant and presentable for elites and VIPs who make up many customers around the world.
The vehicle is also equipped with an electronic brake control system that detects brake pedal pressure to generate optimal braking force through its hydraulic brakes for more linear braking.Overall, it looks like the new Toyota Land Cruiser is here to stay! With its improved design features and enhanced driving experience, it is sure to remain popular among drivers around the world.