The Japanese based automaker Toyota has recently pulled the wraps off the facelifted version of the Land Cruiser, which has received a series of updates for the 2014 model year.
The biggest changes applied to the 2014 Toyota Land Cruiser are found on the front fascia, where the model has received a more aggressive look, with a prominent five-bar vertical grille, new design for the headlight cluster with integrated daytime running lights, the front end has been set higher which comes in handy when off-roading, making it less vulnerable to damage, restyled taillights, 17- and 18-inch alloy wheel designs and more.
The cabin of the model hasn’t been left aside either and this has received a new dashboard, additional controls for on and off-road settings, a 4.2-inch color screen showing the driver vehicle settings such as the angle gauge, differential locks and traction control system, new black and wood grain finish, improved access to the third row of seats and more. The model is also coming with Kinetic Dynamic Suspension System.
The 3.0 liter engine, with its 188 HP, can also be found in the “new” Toyota Land Cruiser, but this has been modified and it’s now meeting the Euro 5+ emission standards, emitting just 209 g/km of CO2. Additional details on the model, including its price list, remain unknown for the moment and will be announced over the following months.