This is one of the coolest upgrades of the Toyota Land Cruiser.June 29, 2020
Atoy Customs tuning studio introduced a highly modernized version of the Japanese SUV Toyota Land Cruiser. The car got more opportunities to overcome even the most fierce off-road.
Have you ever been to the capital of the Philippines, the city of Manila, or rather, in its subway? It is worth noting that the streets of this city are definitely one of the most inaccessible places for driving in the whole world. A huge number of motorcycles that scurry along multi-lane roads, many cars, and a huge number of sufficiently large potholes that can even destroy the suspension of small crossovers.
For these reasons, Atoy Customs studio – the same guys who recently introduced their version of the Japanese Toyota FJ Cruiser SUV, presented a highly modernized version of Toyota Land Cruiser.
Photographed and presented by Street63 photographers, this modified SUV was built to withstand the urban and tropical jungles of Manila.
Initially, Atoy Customs designed and manufactured the Land Cruiser’s aluminum lightweight front panel, as well as the 6 mm protective plates underneath the car. On the sides there is a footboard, which received the original name “Opposite lock”, as well as Line-X protective coating. The back of the car has a steel bumper and a powerful Kaymar hitch.
In fact, the studio’s engineers made a kind of overturn protection for the SUV, which is complemented by the Icon Vehicle Dynamics Stage 6 off-road suspension, which will help withstand the aforementioned crazy potholes. As for the wheels, this instance of the Japanese SUV boasts a set of 310 Con-6 18×9 Method 310 rims with BF Goodrich KO2 all-terrain tires.
Not so long ago, our publication wrote that the new Toyota crossovers were shown on patent images. China’s National Patent Office has posted images of two Toyota electric crossovers based on the e-TNGA platform.
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