The new 2010 Toyota Land Cruiser, which also previews the Lexus GX for US market, finally revealed. The car will go on sale before the end of 2009. The sixth-generation Land Cruiser gets bright sheetmetal with softer shapes all around, and a completely revamped interior featuring a more contemporary purpose for the console.
Toyota says this is the most technically difficult Land Cruiser ever made, and one of the most adept if not the most capable off-street vehicle in its class. The SUV’s new Multi-terrain Select system allows the driver to dial in the mode of terrain for enhanced usage character adjustment effectively bountiful more efficienct power delivery and haul. Extra driver assistance comes from four cameras that examine the place all around.
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Additionally the new Kinetic Dynamic Suspension System (KDSS) adjusts the front and rear opposing-move bars for optimised on and off-street performance. The electronically controlled rear aired suspension organism has a sedan-levelling meeting and switchable height restrict meaning. The wheels are whichever 17-edge or 18-inch and come rolled inside 245/70R17 or 265/60R18 tyres respectively.
The 2010 Land Cruiser powered by a 3.0-litre D-4D turbo common-rail diesel engine with a 5-speed automatic transmission. It produces 128kW (171bhp) at 3,400rpm and utmost torque of 410Nm between 1,600 and 2,800rpm. Average fuel consumption is 34.9mpg and C02 emissions are 214 g/km. It takes 11.7 seconds to catch 62mph and it can achieve a top speed of 109mph (175km/h).
For the UK market the new Toyota Land Cruiser will offered exclusively as a 5-door version with seven seats while other European countries also get a 3-door prototype and a 4.0-litre V6 Dual VVT-i gasoline engine.
Inside the skin incline is while the car’s 2.79m wheelbase. The left and right hand seats for instance, can be raised and lowered independently, with the Toyota Easy Flat usage. Other features included are USB ports, a 14-narrator JBL Synthesis Premium Surround Sound System, a Hard Disc Drive (HDD) navigation technique and a multi-information change on the steering.