The new-generation Toyota Land Cruiser J300 has been leaked via spy images ahead of its launch. The model seems to carry evolved design language with a completely revised front fascia.
The SUV’s new-generation model features a large rectangular chrome grille surrounded by a U-shaped intake, revised bumper and slimmer headlamps at the front end.
The side soft curves have been replaced by sharper creases. The door-mounted mirrors, more pronounced wheel arches and the updated greenhouse area appears to be inspired by Land Cruiser Prado. A few changes have also been made to its rear section.
The SUV might also be equipped with automatic climate control, heated and ventilated front seats, connected car technology, wireless phone charging, electronic parking brake and a push start/stop button with a fingerprint scanner. There will be physical buttons for differential lock, lane support, 4WD mode and adaptive cruise control.