New Toyota Land Cruiser Prado Matte Black Edition Launches In Japan

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New Toyota Land Cruiser Prado Matte Black Edition Launches In Japan
New Toyota Land Cruiser Prado Matte Black Edition Launches In Japan

In Japan, the Toyota Land Cruiser Prado is still in production and is currently offered in a new Matte Black Edition. This comes after the 70th Anniversary Edition, which went on sale last year just in time for the unveiling of the new Land Cruiser.

The new Matte Black Edition adds some style to the SUV but doesn’t improve performance. Toyota has added matte black trim elements all around the vehicle, including the headlamp garnish, fog light bezels, and the grille and grille insert. The SUV also gets 18-inch matte black six-spoke metal alloys.

Toyota launched the all-new Land Cruiser LC300 last year. The SUV received a major styling overhaul and a massively revamped interior that aligned the model with the rest of the SUV segment. We expect the Land Cruiser’s new platform to underpin the revamped Land Cruiser Prado whenever the updated version arrives. The SUV market has significantly changed since then, and a new LC Prado could be on the horizon.

Only white or black are offered in the Land Cruiser Prado. The SUV’s powertrain appears to remain unchanged and will likely continue to be either the 163 horsepower (121 kW) 2.7-liter gasoline engine or the 201 horsepower (149 kW) 2.8-liter diesel engine. A six-speed automatic transmission transmits power to all four wheels.

For between $32,662 and $38,739 at the current exchange rate, Toyota is asking for between 4.3 and 5.1 million for the Land Cruiser Prado Matte Black Edition. The Lexus GX sold in the US is comparable to the Land Cruiser Prado. It is a little less sturdy than its full-sized sister and smaller than a normal Land Cruiser.

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