Here a recent image of the new-gen Toyota Land Cruiser, which reveals the front-end of the SUV. It will launch in the Indian market by 2022.
As many of you may know that Toyota Land Cruiser is the biggest SUV, the automaker sold across the globe. Moreover, it is also one of the oldest Toyota cars in the carmakers stable. The Toyota SUV is due for a generation change, and a recently leaked sketch of the car gave us an idea that how the all-new Land Cruiser could look like. Now, a new image has been surfaced online, which fully reveals the front fascia of the 2022 Toyota Land Cruiser with no camouflage.
The new-gen Toyota Land Cruiser gets a revised front profile, but the changes are more evolutionary. It gets a humongous multi-slat grille upfront, which is finished in satin, silver and chrome. Nevertheless, it blends with the headlamps to give it a single-piece design. There’s another air vent, which extends from one headlight and connects to the other one, forming a U-shape. All these design elements give the new-gen Toyota Land Cruiser a mean-looking front-end. Nevertheless, the lower portion of the bumper remains clean. It employs the registration plate bracket and fog lamp housing. The bonnet of the SUV is high-set and features similar lines and creases, which are seen on the outgoing model of the car.
On the side, the wing mirrors are now mounted on the doors as compared to the window-mounted units offered with the current-gen model. Sadly, the rear-end of the car is now visible, but we expect it to have the same boxy design. The leaked technical sketches revealed that the all-new Toyota Land Cruiser will be offered with multiple alloy wheel options ranging from 17-inches to 20-inches. Mechanically, the new-gen Toyota Land Cruiser will be powered by several engine options, including an electric powertrain. The top-spec variant is likely to be powered by a twin-turbo V8 petrol unit. In the select markets, the 3.3-litre turbocharged diesel mill will also be on offer. The new-gen Toyota Land Cruiser is expected to hit Indian shores via the CBU route by next year.