We won’t get the 300-series Land Cruiser in the U.S. but will get this upscale LX600 sibling with a twin-turbo 3.4-liter V-6. You may be able to find the same content in another format, or you may be able to find more information, at their web site.
Toyota won’t sell the new 300-series Land Cruiser in the United States, likely because previous versions didn’t sell well here. However, we will be getting the new model in the form of a more luxurious Lexus, the luxury brand has confirmed to Car and Driver. The LX600 will be revealed on Wednesday, October 13, at 12:30 p.m.
It’s likely that the LX600 will replace the current LX570 model’s 5.7-liter V-8 engine with the new twin-turbocharged 3.4-liter V-6 that’s found in the global version of the Land Cruiser and the new Toyota Tundra full-size pickup. In the Land Cruiser it makes 409 horsepower and 479 pound-feet of torque, and a hybrid version could arrive later. It will use a 10-speed automatic transmission and have standard four-wheel drive. WHAT TO EXPECT2022 Lexus LX Teased, Likely to Come to U.S.New Land Cruiser Debuts with 3.4L Twin-Turbo V-6See the New Toyota Land Cruiser’s Coolest Details
A teaser image from earlier this year (above) revealed similar L-shaped headlights and the famous Lexus spindle grille, but this new image shows the SUV will have a similar boxy shape as the Land Cruiser—at least in the rear. Unlike the Toyota, however, its taillights are connected by a light bar, and the rear window is slightly more canted forward.
Check back here for all the details on the 2022 Lexus LX600 next week. We’ll update this post with a link to the live reveal when one becomes available. The new LX should go on sale early next year starting at around $90,000.
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