With an off-road legacy crossing more than 65 years, Land Cruiser remains one of a kind in its section for its capacity to combine exceptional quality, solidness and unwavering quality with unrivaled off-road execution and ever-greater levels of extravagance, consolation and proprietorship distinction. The new Land Cruiser model is the top of it's class, making it a match for the likes of the Mitsubishi Shogun, Volkswagen Touareg, Mercedes GLE and Audi Q7.


Land Cruiser’s superior off-road capability is established in its exceedingly strong and deformation-resistant chassis development, which is presently one of a kind within the large SUV section. The vehicle’s combination of quality and strength gives a tall level of harm assurance and it is planned for simple support and repairs.

Essentially, decreased levels of body impact offer assistance, so the driver is in the optimum position and control the vehicle. The chassis construction actively separates the cabin from suspension impacts, making even the most challenging off-road conditions more comfortable for all of your passengers.

New-look frontal components such as the cap, grille, headlights, bumper and wings draw on basic components from the model’s heritage.

The bonnet has been formed to assist with visibility in the middle and it is sandwiched by the sides of the bumper to assist air into the engine. The corners of the lower portion of the bumper have the all important fog lights, whereas the middle segment is formed like a slide plate for easier off-road driving. 

The grille’s openings have been made as big as possible for ideal motor cooling, whereas the fog light primary bars are situated inboard to maintain a strategic distance from harm when driving off-road.

In keeping with Land Cruiser legacy, the grille itself highlights wide vertical bars with slit-shaped cooling openings, wrapped up in chrome. The fog light clusters contain tall and low pillars, front turn pointers and daytime running lights, contained in a particular casing. On Dynamic grade models and higher, the headlights utilize LEDs; on all models the daytime running lights utilize LED technology.

The strongly trimmed lower segment of the body fortifies the Land Cruiser’s wide position and limits the affect of the front overhang on the vehicle’s off-road approach point. Ground clearance is 215mm (205mm three-door), with 31-degree approach, 25-degree takeoff (26-degree for three-door show) and 22-degree slope break-over points.

Side on, the top of the front bumper has been raised and the cap, wing line and front and rear bumpers have been adjusted on the same even pivot, producing a more athletic and energetic vehicle pose. The vehicle’s side is updated by a choice of six-spoke 17-inch alloy wheels with new more rolling resistant tires (Active grade), or, a new 12-spoke 19-inch wheel with a machined look (Icon and Invincible grades).

New components at the rear incorporate a overhauled light cluster with an LED stop light; a smaller rear decorate plate consolidated within the number plate housing; and a restyled bumper.

In the UK, the new Land Cruiser is available in nine body colours, including new Phantom Blue and Avant-Garde Bronze metallic.

2018 Toyota Land Cruiser
2018 Toyota Land Cruiser
2018 Toyota Land Cruiser


2018 Toyota Land Cruiser
2018 Toyota Land Cruiser
2018 Toyota Land Cruiser

Interior, you’ll discover the perfect mix of consolation and logic. Toyota’s Easy Flat seating lets you overlap the third push seats electronically, improving your capacity space and also guaranteeing you'll be able still fit the whole family. 

 The extravagance and modernity of the insides are increased by new white light for the instrument board, middle support and door-mounted switches. The new cabin lighting plot features LEDs for the front footwells, plus in the glove box and entryway guards. Icon and Invincible models too have enlightened side steps.​

You'll be able select from an amazing range of models with a assortment of innovative features, including an all-around sound sound and a DVD amusement system. 

 The new Land Cruiser’s interior highlights an updated dashboard that joins a new instrument binnacle and middle comfort plans, conveying simpler operation and a refined finish. 

The controls for drivetrain, driving and consolation have been isolated in function-specific zones, with ergonomics upgraded so that they are simple to utilize even in difficult conditions.

Programmed air conditioning lets you keep the temperature at the optiumum level all through your trip.

The best of the new centre console has been set lower for a sleeker appearance and improved pedestrian recognition when driving off-road. It is fitted with a new eight-inch, full-colour interactive media screen (Active grade and over), a flush-fitting air conditioning control board and the drivetrain-related instrument cluster.​

2018 Toyota Land Cruiser


Expanded range of safety features

Icon and Invincible versions of the new Land Cruiser are fitted with Toyota Safety Sense to prevent accidents happening, or limiting the damage to all involved in case an accident does occur. The bundle incorporates a Pre-Collision System (PCS) with pedestrian recognition, Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC), Lane Departure Alert (LDA) and Automatic High Beam (AHB). Further driver help is provided with a Blind Spot Monitor with Rear Cross Traffic Alert (Invincible grade) and an updated tire weight caution system.


Land Cruiser’s 2.8-litre D-4D turbodiesel motor has a 2,755ccm 16-valve DOHC unit which creates 175bhp/130kW at 3,400rpm. Coordinated to a six-speed programmed transmission, it produces 370Nm of torque at fair 1,200rpm, and a maximum 450Nm between 1,600 and 2,400rpm.

It'll make the vehicle quicker from standing to 62mph in 12.7 seconds, and on to a top speed of 109mph. Official combined cycle fuel consumption is 38.2mpg with 194g/km CO2 emissions. The engine is additionally available (within the Utility form) with a six-speed manual gearbox. With this powertrain, a top torque of 420Nm is available from 1,400 to 2,600rpm.

Acceleration to 62mph takes 12.0 seconds, whereas the benchmark figures for fuel economy and CO2 outflows are the same for the five-door and even lower for the three-door at 39.2mpg and 190g/km.

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