The Land Cruiser Prado gets some significant changes to its aesthetic appeal.
Toyota has revealed the facelifted version of the Land Cruiser Prado at the Frankfurt Motor Show, 2017. This serves as the second refresh for the fourth generation Prado - which was originally launched in 2009.
Changes on the facelifted Prado are significant. The new model gets a redesigned front fascia - which includes a new bonnet, fenders, grille, headlamps, and front bumper. The 19-inch alloy wheels get a 12-spoke design, while the rear gets a contemporary LED treatment for the tail lights. These changes on the facelift have added to the car’s overall length.
The changes on the inside are even more pronounced - as the facelifted Prado gains an all-new dashboard, along with a fresh instrument cluster, redesigned steering wheel, and an 8.0-inch infotainment system. Ambient lighting comes standard as well.
For Europe, the three engines on offer are carried over from the pre-facelift model. The diesel option includes a 2.8-litre, four-cylinder motor producing 177bhp of power and 450Nm of torque. Then, there are two petrols - a 2.7-litre unit producing 159bhp and 245Nm, and a 4.0-litre engine that makes 249bhp and 380Nm. Both manual and automatic gearboxes are available depending upon the engine chosen.
Toyota hasn't yet revealed if the facelifted Land Cruiser Prado will make it to India or not. The pre-facelift model is already on sale for Rs. 84.70 lakh - ex-showroom, Delhi.