Toyota LandCruiser Prado all new for 2024 details

What is the new Toyota Prado like

Toyota Prado – More details have emerged about the all new Toyota LandCruiser Prado that is arriving in Australia in mid-2024.

2024 Toyota LandCruiser Prado 1 The key details we have chatted about before. Highlights are that the Prado will come in five different model grades. GX, GXL, VX, Kakadu and for the more adventurous buyers an new model the Altitude.

Some models have 5 seats some seven.

All models will come with a large 12.3-inch central screen. This accommodates wireless smart phone connectivity, embedded navigation, and digital radio.

All models will feature the full suite of Toyota Safety Sense technology including.

  • a panoramic view monitor,
  • nine airbags,
  • trailer sway control and a
  • pre-wiring harness for the tow hitch.

All Prado variants are powered by the same 150kW, 500Nm 2.8-litre turbo-diesel four-cylinder powertrain with 48-volt technology, paired to an eight-speed automatic transmission.

Every Prado offers full-time all-wheel drive with a lockable torque-sensing Torsen®9 centre differential and low-range gearing, with a strong 3,500kg braked towing capacity11 across the range.

More details and pricing will be available closer to the launch

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2024 Toyota LandCruiser Prado

More details about the all new Toyota LandCruiser Prado can be found HERE 


Quick Highlights

  • Five-variant LandCruiser Prado introduces 48-volt technology across model range
  • New Altitude variant delivers enhanced off-road performance and rugged styling
  • All-new LandCruiser Prado range arrives in Australia mid-year

2024 Toyota LandCruiser Prado

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