Toyota Reveals the 2024 Land Cruiser Lineup With New Features and Modern Updates

The Land Cruiser is returning in 2024, with prices starting at $57,445 for the base 1958 model, $63,345 for the medium Land Cruiser trim, and a whopping $76,345 for the finest First Edition models.

Even the base model is fairly well equipped, but it may seem expensive for a Land Cruiser that is smaller and less luxuriously equipped than the last one we had here in the United States (not to mention that it only has half the V8’s cylinders).

The 2024 Land Cruiser has a rather straightforward trim selection. There is a base 1958 model for the initial model year, a Land Cruiser that is an upgrade from it, and a top-spec initial Edition.

Naturally, your new Land Cruiser will come with a few options to help customize it.

Still, the Land Cruiser trim arrangement is incredibly simple when compared to most other manufacturers (and even Toyota’s other models, which can get very expensive with options).

What Do You Get in the Land Cruiser?

It is claimed that the base 1958 model is a return to the fundamentals.

Circular headlamps with a retro feel, heated cloth seats, five USB type C ports, an 8-inch infotainment screen, and a 7-inch instrument cluster display are all included.

The 2400-watt AC inverter, full-time four-wheel drive with a two-speed transfer case, crawl control software, and standard locking center and rear differentials will appeal to off-road enthusiasts.

Toyota Reveals the 2024 Land Cruiser Lineup With New Features and Modern Updates

Toyota Safety Sense 3.0 is also included as standard equipment on all Land Cruiser vehicles.

Numerous driving aids are included in the system, such as automatic high beams, adaptive cruise control, lane departure warning with steering assistance, road sign recognition, adaptive cruise control, and pre-collision warning with pedestrian detection.

Additionally, Toyota is now standardizing blind-spot warning on Land Cruisers as an added feature.

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Land Cruiser – $63,345

The 1958 model’s successor is referred to as a “Land Cruiser.” With newer, more contemporary headlights and a slightly altered grille design, it improves upon the 1958.

The screens both increase to 12.3 inches, and the seats transition from cloth to imitation leather. They are also heated and chilled.

More off-road goodies like Toyota’s Multi-Terrain Select system, an electronic sway bar disconnect for increased wheel articulation, and a multi-terrain monitor—a collection of cameras that provide you with a view of the terrain directly ahead and behind your Land Cruiser—are also included with the Land Cruiser trim.

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A JBL-branded sound system, a digital rearview mirror, a head-up display, a power sunroof, a center console cold box, real leather upholstery, lumbar support for the seats, and two additional USB-C connections in the cargo area are all included in the $4,600 Premium option that is offered for the Land Cruiser.

For an additional $1,240, you can have 21-inch wheels, and some paint color options will cost an additional $350.

Land Cruiser First Edition – $76,345

The highest specification, First Edition, receives all of the above-mentioned perks, including the Premium pack.

Still, it also gets some unique wheels and First Edition badging in addition to the return of the 1958 model’s round retro headlights.

A front skid plate, rock rails, and a roof rack are among the additional off-road perks included with First Edition vehicles.

Of the three trims that Toyota offers, this one is by far the most expensive, but some people will really cherish the limited edition status that comes with owning one of the 5,000 available units.

Toyota has stated that the new Land Cruiser will go on sale in the spring of this year, so start saving money.

The initial Edition models will be released initially, and the other two models will be released soon after.

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