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Thursday, December 23, 2021

The legendary Toyota Land Cruiser revealed its new version.....

~The Legend is back~ Toyota Motor Corporation (TMC) has finally officially introduced the latest generation of Toyota Land Cruiser 300 as a continuation generation of the 200 series, and it turns out that the Japanese automotive giant chose Australia as the launch site because that's where the biggest market for the company's SUV is.
Toyota Motor Corporation (TMC) has finally officially introduced the latest generation of Toyota Land Cruiser 300 as a continuation generation of the 200 series. (Picture from: Carmudi)
As qouted of PaulTan.org, Sean Hanley, Vice President Sales, Marketing and Franchise Operations of Toyota Australia said, “Toyota would like to express its gratitude to consumers. This is a month full of challenges, Covid-19 has brought production to the Land Cruiser in Japan and several other countries to a halt."
The Toyota Land Cruiser 300 generation is consisted in six variants with two flagship variants available of the GR Sport and Sahara ZX, While the other four variants (GX, GXL, VX and Sahara) are standard versions. (Picture from: PaulTan.org)
The Japanese automotive giant said it would soon produce the Land Cruiser in the near future. As for the Toyota Land Cruiser 300 generation is planned to be present in six variants. With two variants are the flagship version available in the Sahara ZX and GR Sport trims which are more focused on off-road. While the other four variants (GX, GXL, VX and Sahara) are standard versions that have been sold in Australia previously.
The Toyota Land Cruiser 300 (in pictured the GR Sport) using a multimedia monitor that includes a four-camera system, and then there's a dedicated 12.3-inch off-road information screen. (Picture from: Carmudi)
All-new Toyota Land Cruiser 300 has two engine options, namely a 3,500 cc twin-turbo V6 petrol engine and a 3,300 cc V6 twin-turbo diesel engine, coupled with a 10-speed automatic transmission..  which is distributed to 4-wheel drive (4WD) while driven at any terrains.
The Toyota Land Cruiser 300 (in pictured the GR Sport) reportedly developed according to the recommendations of the Toyota motorsport team competing in the Dakar Rally. (Picture from: Carmudi)
In terms of appearance, the Toyota Land Cruiser 300 looks more elegant with body curves that look smooth and modern. Although it has been officially launched, reportedly, the Land Cruiser 300 production is a bit sluggish. Reportedly, it caused by a shortage of semiconductor supplies, so Toyota Australia has not said when consumers will get the unit. 
The Toyota Land Cruiser 300 features a new double-wishbone rear suspension system as well as an optimized trailing-link rigid-axle rear suspension system. (Picture from: Carmudi)
However, the Japanese manufacturer remains committed to sending it to enthusiasts by the end of this year on the condition for those who buy this car will also be required to sign an agreement not to sell the car outside Australia.
The Toyota Land Cruiser 300 (in pictured the Sahara ZX) featured with a number of electronic features such as Lane Tracing Assist, electronic brake control, Torsen Limited Slip Differential (LSD), and six driving modes, namely Auto, Dirt, Sand, Mud, Deep Snow, and Rock. (Picture from: Carmudi)
Even Toyota will cancel orders to consumers if the consumer is found wanting to sell this car again. Toyota said this was done with the aim of maintaining the resale price of the Toyota Land Cruiser. That's could be understandably, due to the one of the toughest SUVs in the world is often to be the target for fans around the world.
Until now, there's not know yet when the all-new Toyota Land Cruiser 300 would be launched in other part of the globe. Well, for now on, get ready to welcome its presence only in Australia. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | PAULTAN.ORG ]
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