The Land Cruiser 250, known as the fifth-generation Land Cruiser Prado in certain markets, embodies the essence of a true off-road vehicle in its appearance.
The design draws significant inspiration from the classic Land Cruiser 70, featuring a rugged and boxy silhouette with upright proportions.
While the cabin prominently features screens, it also incorporates an extensive array of physical buttons across the central console and dashboard.
The flagship version features a 2.4L turbo petrol hybrid with 8-speed AT, producing 330bhp and 630Nm torque.
The Prado offers an array of off-road technology, including full-time 4WD with high and low ratio modes.
The SUV's anticipated price range is between Rs 90 lakh and Rs 1.2 crore (ex-showroom).
The LC 250 will provide customers with a selection of five powertrain choices, encompassing petrol, diesel, and petrol-hybrid engines.
While the Land Cruiser 70 might not be destined for India, the brand-new Land Cruiser Prado is certainly set to arrive.