Toyota Motor Corporation is a Japanese multinational automotive manufacturer headquartered in Toyota City, Aichi, Japan. Toyota is one of the largest car manufacturers. For current owners of Land Cruiser vehicles, you can rest assured that they will continue to receive high-quality service at their local Toyota service center. We'll just have to wait for Lexus to bring this new SUV to experience the harshness of the Land Cruiser.
To offer more of the off-road experience that any Land Cruiser is known for, Lexus plans to launch an off-road vehicle. The Land Cruiser has been Toyota's longest production model, since the Korean War in 1950. It is found next to the most reliable cars, not only because it bears the Toyota badge, but also because of its simple engineering and high-quality parts. Land Cruiser buyers are usually people who sleep, business owners or CEOs of construction companies who buy the Toyota badge because of its simplicity, reliability and comfort, and don't want to be seen in a flashy Range Rover.
As for those looking to embark on new journeys, there are still plenty of Toyota trucks to carry the legendary Land Cruiser heritage. However, the reason behind the decision to stop the sale of Land Cruisers vehicles in the United States did find another alternative. Toyota Motor Corporation works to develop and manufacture innovative, safe and high-quality products and services that create happiness by providing mobility for all. Based on these improvements in features, as well as the improvements achieved through driving tests carried out by the members of the evaluation, including internal drivers with advanced or master-level technical skills and drivers who had participated in the Dakar Rally, Toyota set out to create a car that it was easy to drive and does not tire the driver easily both on and off the road.
Every car manufacturer puts the most features at the lowest price, and the Land Cruiser doesn't agree to those terms. The Land Cruiser quickly changed to what would be the everyday driving SUV that most families would love, adding more comfort options and less off-road spirit to its production constructions. In terms of environmental performance, Toyota aims to reduce global CO2 emissions by approximately 10% * per year compared to the previous model, combining the newly developed Direct Shift-10AT (10-speed automatic transmission) with a lighter body weight. In addition, Toyota redesigned the character of the Land Cruiser by merging technologies accumulated over many years with the most recent ones, to achieve improvements such as reducing vehicle weight, reducing the center of gravity, adopting a new powertrain and new interior and exterior designs.
Soon we'll have more information about Toyota's future plans for the Land Cruiser, and we're curious to see what happens, if anything, to the nameplate on the U.