Toyota Land Cruiser debuts Aug. 1

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Toyota’s icon is making a return.

On Wednesday, Toyota mentioned the untouched Land Cruiser will produce its U.S. debut on Aug. 1 at 9:20 pm ET. The debut announcement got here with a untouched teaser symbol.

Toyota Land Cruiser teaser

The fresh teaser symbol, along side the former symbol exempted previous in July, expose a brick-like circumstance with unfashionable aptitude. The entrance finish is squared off with horizontal headlights and Toyota spelled out at the eggcrate grille. The design takes cloudless inspiration from the Eighties 60-series Land Cruisers, which featured quad sq. headlights and vertically fastened oblong back lights.

The Land Cruiser shall be twinned with the 2024 Lexus GX, together with in general proportions and circumstance. The GX is powered by way of a twin-turbo 3.4-liter V-6 rated at 349 hp and 478 lb-ft of torque. A ten-speed automated and 2-speed switch case distribute the ability to all 4 wheels by the use of a full-time four-wheel-drive gadget. An off-road-oriented Overtrail style includes a locking rear differential and Toyota’s trick Digital-Kinetic Dynamic Abeyance Gadget (E-KDSS), which hydraulically hyperlinks the entrance and rear stabilizer bars to successfully uncouple them and lend extra postponed go. It’s possible the Land Cruiser will reflect those options, regardless that the turbo-4 hybrid powertrain from the 2024 Tacoma pickup may just to find its approach below the Land Cruiser’s hood to tell apart it from the GX.

The Land Cruiser will trip on Toyota’s TNGA-F body-on-frame platform. The similar platform underpins the 300-Order Land Cruiser (which the U.S. doesn’t get), Lexus LX and GX SUVs, and Toyota Tundra pickup and Sequoia SUV; it’s going to additionally underpin the next-generation 4Runner when it arrives.

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