The Land Cruiser is all about as niche like a Toyota could possibly get. It’s big, luxurious, and able to tackle nearly any terrain its driver tosses in internet marketing. Since it fits this type of narrow selection of buyers, it rarely undergoes any significant changes, so we expect this to carry on for 2018
Without any changes coming, we predict the 2018 Land Cruiser hitting showrooms with similar appears to be the present model. What this means is a blocky body with lots of ride height for off-road trekking along with a luxurious cabin that leaves a narrow gap between mainstream and luxury.
Talking about luxury, we expect standard features to keep, including 18-inch aluminum wheels, automatic Brought headlights, Brought running lights and fog lights, auto high-beams and wipers, a ten-way power driver’s seat, four-zone heating and cooling, a 14-speaker sound system, plus much more.
Powering this massive, posh Sports utility vehicle will still be a 5.7-liter V8 with 381 horsepower and 401 pound-ft of torque. This engine pairs by having an eight-speed automatic transmission that directs capacity to all wheels using a two-speed transfer situation.
Off-road capacity will probably continue being this model’s bread and butter, because it will offer you multiple settings for various surfaces, including dirt, dirt, or snow. The present model features five-speed crawl control and off-road turn assist.
When it comes to safety, the present Land Cruiser comes standard with trailer-sway control, hill-start assist, front and back parking sensors, a surround-view camera, blind-place monitoring, rear mix-traffic alert, lane-departure warning, forward collision alert with minimization, pedestrian recognition, and much more. We predict all of this to keep unchanged.
Official pricing isn’t available yet, but with it being a carryover model, we do not expect a big jump from its current $85,970 starting price (including destination). This puts the Land Cruiser in the ballpark of its cousin, the Lexus LX 570 (from $90,855).
The current cars are becoming smarter daily. The Toyota V8 Land Cruiser features probably the most advanced techs. Just like a full variety of high-tech off-road handling systems. Crawl Control system enables you to choose the kind of terrain you’re driving which then controls the cars acceleration and torque based on using the terrain for optimum grip and traction. V8 got 81.7 cu. foot. of cargo capacity, Center console cooler box, Moonroof and 40/20/40 split rear seat.
Another key features are highlighted below.
Leather-trimmed, heated controls
Ventilated and heated seats
Four-zone automatic heating and cooling
Rear-seat DVD entertainment system