Toyota has denied data on the timing of the premiere of the new Land CruiserSeptember 20, 2019
Toyota has officially denied data on the next-generation Land Cruiser SUV, which appeared on the Web in mid-September. Recall, the Japanese edition of Best Car wrote that the model that will receive the “300” index will debut in the fall of 2020.
It was reported that the main distinguishing feature of the new SUV will be a wide radiator grille with three wide horizontal bars, an understated front bumper, as well as new optics.
Finally, the publication noted that the current eight-cylinder engines will be replaced by a completely new hybrid power plant based on a V6 gasoline engine with two turbines, which will be paired with an electric motor and a 10-speed automatic transmission. The total return of the units will be about 350 horsepower. Toyota officials called all of this data “false.”
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