2020 Toyota Land Cruiser hybrid powertrain ||Interior & Exterior|| – Heres our first see at Toyotas major refresh coming for its Tundra pickup truck. This prototype was caught out and very nearly in Ann Arbor, Michigan, rolling down the street afterward a further Ford F-150 that followed the Tundra into Toyotas facility. It shouldnt be any admiration that Toyota is benchmarking the segment-leading truck, and perfect the unusual camouflage hanging beneath this Tundra, we suspect theres more going on here than a facelift and belly tuck.
Take a close look at the rear axle. Thats actually a trick question, because engineers have it obscured gone low-hanging fabric thus we can’t truly look it. Furthermore, past our spy photographers got close for some pictures, the F-150 pulled going on right in back to block access. Clearly, Toyota has something to conceal assist there. We dont think its anything as avant-garde as independent postponement a couple of the photos way of being mounting points for shock absorbers that look typical for a sound rear axle. Toyota could have some air-ride components in there, however.
The next generation Land Cruiser doesn’t look drastically different from the present day model. The lights, bumpers, and grille get a redesign, but the overall shape and proportions of the full-size SUV remain largely unaltered. The Japanese magazine reported that the next Land Cruiser will be around 4,950 mm in length, 1,980 mm in width, 1,920 mm in height and 2,850 mm in wheelbase.
The highlight of the 2020 Land Cruiser will be its powertrain options. A 3.4-liter V6 petrol unit supposedly making 422 PS and paired to a 10-speed automatic transmission is in the offing, but most importantly, a hybrid Land Cruiser is expected to mark its debut as developed countries advance towards stringent emission norms.