2014 toyota land cruiser 70 Design Review

2014 toyota land cruiser 70 Design Review

2014 toyota land cruiser 70 Design Review
2014 toyota land cruiser 70 Design Review

2014 toyota land cruiser 70 Design ReviewToyota's celebrating the 30th celebration of the Land Cruiser 70 by doing something its never done previously. The Japanese automaker is reintroducing the model, aside from that its going to be constrained to its nearby market. I don't know whether I represent everyone here, except I'm totally desirous that Japan's getting select dibs on the re-discharged Toyota Land Cruiser 70 . Each of the 200 arranged models, to be correct. It doesn't appear to be reasonable, isn't that right?

To make things fascinating, Toyota's likewise delivering a twofold taxicab pickup adaptation of the Land Cruiser 70, which will additionally be constrained to the Japanese market.

Truly, I'm not that amped up for the pickup form as I am about the customary encased body exemplary. The recent model identifies with a level of wistfulness you don't see in today's models any longer. I'm checking those retro-roused ones, as well.

In the event that I realized that Toyota was considering re-discharging the model because of far reaching demands in Japan, I'd be shouting for the model to go Stateside. Tragically, its unrealistic that Toyota will do that, abandoning me with no other decision than to simply dribble over these photographs. Such a disgrace.

Specifications :
  • year: 2014
  • make: Toyota 
  • Model: Land Cruiser 
  • price: $ 33680 (Est.)
  • Engine: V6
  • Transmission: Five-speed manual
  • Horsepower @ RPM: 228 @ 5200
  • Torque @ RPM: 265 @ 3800
  • Displacement: 4.0 L
  • 0-60 time: 9 sec. (Est.)
  • Top Speed: 120 mph (Est.)


You're not going to see a totally distinctive Land Cruise 70 from the particular case that we saw 30 years back, yet that is the reason this current display's so engaging. It's similar to Toyota evacuated the spreads of the old Land Cruiser models, and afterward did some tweaking to the grille and hood while additionally including cutting edge fog light pointers.

There are additionally a couple of 30th celebration dedicatory tokens emphasized on both sides of the vehicle, just on the off chance that individuals tangle this model as the first Land Cruiser 70s from 30 years back.


2014 toyota land cruiser 70 Design Review

It's the same story with the inside. The old lodge outline was held for this reason, in spite of the fact that the instrument board now has an alternate design contrasted with the more seasoned model.

The first pyramid-like transmission packaging does show up in the re-discharged Land Cruiser 70, providing for it that genuine to-the-first feel. The dashboard is likewise like the old one, and the handles are okay where they used to be. Indeed the entryway supplements and the seats convey comparative outlines from the first form.


The re-discharged Land Cruiser 70 is controlled by an upgraded, 4.0-liter, V-6 motor that accompanies an aluminum piece and gimmicks VVT-i innovation. This permits the motor to deliver 228 strength and 266 pound-feet of torque. The motor mates to a five-pace manual transmission.

Toyota didn't discharge any execution numbers, however I expect the Land Cruiser 70 to sprint from 0 to 60 mph in around nine seconds to run with a top rate of around 120 mph.


Toyota's charging a great deal for these return Land Cruiser 70 model. The SUV retail for 3.6 million Yen, which is about $34,642 starting 9/5/2014, while the pickup rendition costs just under 3.5 million Yen, which is around $33,680.



2014 toyota land cruiser 70 Design Review

How would you discover a suitable contender for a constrained version SUV/pickup that conveys an old-school plan with sprinkles of current engineering? The one and only that strikes a chord is the Jeep Wrangler, albeit such examinations are simply because the Wrangler likewise sticks to an old-school-propelled outline.

Regarding its motor, the Wrangler conveys comparable execution qualifications, much obliged in expansive part to its 3.6-liter, Pentastar V-6 that delivers 285 pull and 260 pound-feet of torque. The Pentastar V-6 mates to either a five-pace programmed transmission or a six-velocity manual unit. - 2014 toyota land cruiser 70 Design Review
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