2021 Toyota Land Cruiser Set For Global Debut
The 2021 Toyota Land Cruiser 300 keeps the upright percentages of the latest model 200 series and is powered by V6 engines.
The new Toyota Land Cruiser was leaked in the coming months ahead of its anticipated release. The all-new SUV will be assisted by a new platform that will make room for six-cylinder units by the existing V8 motor.
The next-gen Land Cruiser tries to maintain its predecessor’s upright boxy dimensions while having several modern styling touches to distinguish it. In front, the 2021 Toyota Land Cruiser is fitted with a bold grille with thick laths and a brushed metal finish, with new light bulbs flanked by daytime, LED lighting headlights.
At the bottom of the SUV is a special U-shaped vent running from the bottom of the headlight on the grille. The fog lights in the bumper are placed low and wide, and chrome details are shown. The wide squared wheel arches are also visible.
From the back, the style looks more stable than the split tail lamps and the upright tailgate that looks quite simple.
Wait for the upcoming Land Cruiser 300 with two tailgate designs much like the outgoing one.
The cabin gets a new dashboard with a free touch screen on the center console. Toyota continues to maintain physical controls for all of its in-car systems, with center stack photographs showing a series of turn gears, low-range selecting, and differential blocks, for example, for running the climate control system.
Similarly, rather than all-digital screens on several contemporary high-end SUVs, the instrument cluster looks too like an analog unit with a big central MID.
The 2021 Toyota Land Cruiser is set to take off on the 4.6-liter V8 and 4.5-liter diesel V8 of a 200-SUV series for the downsized V6 units as it moves to the engines. The 3.5-liter V6 double-turbo-petrol is planned to be employed in the petroleum platform and a new 3.3-liter V6 mill in the diesel. The former will have a hybrid alternative as well.
In the coming months, the new Toyota flagship SUV is scheduled to be launched in foreign markets on the global level. As Toyota came to India and sold the Land Cruiser Series in India for a few years, it stopped moving to BS6. The Land Cruiser 300 is secure to expect in the future in India.