The two-row SUV then welcomes darkened headlight housings, fog lights with dark chrome surrounds, and side mirrors with darkened chrome details. The vehicle is intended for the North American market, so the official debut will take place in the framework of the Chicago auto show in early February, 2019. The badge of the Land Cruiser has been modified into a vintage-style emblem as a nod to the nameplate's history. Inside the vehicle has exclusive black leather-trimmed upholstery with a bronze contrast stitching inside.
Toyota is introducing a special edition Land Cruiser that will go on sale this summer. In order to celebrate the occasion, the Japanese automaker has built a special edition model called the Land Cruiser Heritage Edition. It comes in Midnight Black Metallic or Blizzard Pearl colors with a black-accented grille.
V8, 4WD Powerhouse The Toyota Land Cruiser remains a benchmark for combining no-compromise capability with coddling luxury. Finally, the Land Cruiser Heritage Edition features all-weather floor mats and cargo liner, so it's ready to get out and have fun. The naturally aspirated V-8 produces 381 horsepower and 401 pound-feet of torque. Toyota will announce the price closer to on-sale date.
Standard equipment includes Downhill Assist Control, Hill Start Assist, CRAWL Control (for low-speed off-road driving in extreme conditions) and Off-Road Turn Assist. The Heritage Edition also doesn't have the center-console cooler box up front to increase storage options.
Despite the exterior and interior changes, the Land Cruiser Heritage Edition retains the same mecahnical components as that of the standard US-spec Land Cruiser.
Like all 200s in the USA, the Heritage model is powered exclusively by the 5.7-litre petrol V8 engine back by an eight-speed automatic transmission and dual-range, full-time 4x4, as found under the Lexus LX570 model here in Australia.