The classic Land Cruiser 70, is celebrating 30 years from the year it was presented for the first time and Toyota has decided to produce it for only one year as a tribute.
The Land Cruiser 70, will be available as a four-door and double-cab pickup, driven by an upgraded V6 engine with a capacity of 4 liters, aluminum block and VVT-i that delivers 231 hp and 360 Nm of torque. The engine will be combined with a 5-speed manual transmission while the manual model, according to Toyota, will consume on average 15.1 liters of fuel per 100 kilometers.
The design of the 30-year-old Land Cruiser 70, will be slightly more modern with a new grille, new hood and redesigned lights with integrated turn indicators in the front. The equipment will include among others, airbags, ABS and a trip computer. The value of the “new” classic Toyota will start at 3.6 million yen, with the company expecting about 200 orders per month.
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