Land cruiser has supported the security and safety of its owner and passengers and allowed them to move everywhere around the world since it's launch in 1951 when it was still referred to a "Toyota BJ".
70 years later it has evolved and now have improved durability, off-road performance and reliability.
The new Land Cruiser 300 has ben modified by merging cutting edge technologies accumulated for a long period of time enabling the driver to drive in any road in the world without difficulties.
It's a complete redesign of the outgoing 200 series which was launched in 2007.
Land cruiser 300's has a powerful adaptive LED headlight capable of altering section of their beam to prevent blinding oncoming driver, grille and fog lamp. The vehicle come with a 20" alloy wheels for maximum urban attitude.
Following the footsteps of its previous generation of station wagon-type Land Cruiser, the cabin is located rearward on the body; the lower part of both front and rear bumpers are shaped to avoid obstacles.
The new Land Cruiser 300 was designed for optimal performance, reliability and efficiency when taking on the toughest roads, it's powered by a choice of twin turbocharged petrol or diesel V6 engines.
The diesel produces a maximum power of 225kW at 4000 r/min and torque of 700Nm at 1600-2600 r/min while the petrol engine deliver maximum power of 305kW at 5200 r/min and a torque of 650Nm at 2000-3600 r/min. Fitted with a 10 speed automatic transmission.
With wider spread of power it's capable of off-roading, towing, trekking or highway crusing.
The interior is well furnished with luxurious leather seats. The dashboard is dominated by a 12.3 inch infotainment touchscreen which supports satellite navigation, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto a substantial upgrade over the 200 series which had a 9 inch unit which offered navigation but lacked smartphone mirroring technology.
Behind the leather wrapped steering wheel with a tilt and telescopic adjustment is a 7.0 inch digital display between two analogue dials, it also have a colour head-up display
The start-stop button has a fingerprint reader built in it so as to reduce theft and has the ability to store upto 10 different fingerprints each able to be linked to a driver's seating position, climate control and favourite radio station.
Below the infotainment screen are the metallic switches for the climatic control system, it also includes a mode select dial which can be switched between the six on-road drive modes and the six off-road multi-terrain select profile.
The second row also have have two of the four climate control zones to offer with a dual 11.6 inch entertainment screen mounted on the back of the front seats.
Other features include a 14 speaker JBL premium sound system, six USB ports, wireless smartphone charging, cabin air ioniser, electric seats, power operated tailgate and a household power outlet in the boot.
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