Toyota Land Cruiser off-roading
Tech & Auto
5 Exciting New Features Coming To Toyota’s Land Cruiser
Now equipped with a turbocharged 4-cylinder hybrid engine, the new Land Cruiser includes similar horsepower, more torque, and better gas mileage at about 25 mpg highway.
The new Land Cruiser has a shorter length and two-row-only seating to afford off-road enthusiasts more time on the trail with better fuel efficiency.
The Land Cruiser has three different trims. Equipped with the necessities, the 1958 has an 8-inch media touchscreen, heated front seats, and heated steering wheels.
The next trim has more color options, a Multi-Terrain system, and a larger media display. The First Edition has rugged off-road add-ons, enhanced interior, and additional tech.
Safety Sense
The new Land Cruiser comes with Toyota Safety Sense 3.0, which offers a better front camera and radar sensor that makes technology like Pre-Collision possible.
Previous Land Cruiser models could cost upwards of nearly $90,000, but the base trim of the 2023 model starts at just $55,950, making the off-roader more accessible than ever.