Toyota has announced its plans to produce the original Land Cruiser 70 for a single year, as the model in question will be offered only in Japan.
The Toyota Land Cruiser 70 will be brought back to life in the company’s homeland, for the 30th anniversary of the model. According to the car manufacturer, there is still a strong demand from local customers on the model and the company is expecting approximately 200 orders monthly for the new model. The revival of the model is not exactly a revival because it is still available in some markets in Asia and also in Australia.
The “brand new” Toyota Land Cruiser 70 will be coming in a four-door van and in a double-cab pickup truck body styles and it will be taking its power from a 4.0 liter V6 petrol burner, rated at 231 HP (170 kW) and 360 Nm (265 lb-ft) of torque. The unit will be connected to a 5-speed manual transmission and the average fuel consumption will be standing in at 15.1 L / 100 km. The design of the model has been slightly updated and it will get standard items such as the trip computer, airbags or ABS. No pricing details have been announced so far.