Toyota Land Cruiser is arguably the most difficult prominent SUV to get your hands on at the moment because of crazy high demand and lack of availability.
India’s second Toyota Land Cruiser LC300 has been spotted in Delhi after the first one was bought by a prominent politician in Chennai. This is special because, in the international market, the waiting period on the LC300 runs up to 4 years. The Japanese carmaker has officially apologized to potential customers because of unprecedented waiting times. As it turns out, influential people can get their hands on the rare automobiles by pulling some strings unknown to the general public.
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Toyota Land Cruiser in Delhi
The image has been shared on Instagram by carcrazy.india. As per the information in the post, this SUV was spotted in a parking space in Gurugram in NCR. The sheer road presence it exudes is impressive and could take anyone by surprise. At the front, the massive chrome grille is what sets the tone for the exterior styling. No one can mistake it for anything but a Land Cruiser. Flanking the colossal chrome grille are sleek LED DRLs and LED headlamps with chrome garnished fog lamp housing at the lower end of the bumper with a rugged skid plate at the centre.
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The side profile is dominated by the sheer size (length) of the SUV. The B and C pillars are black with a thick chrome frame surrounding the windows. There is an elegant and sleek side step to enhance the ingress and egress characteristics of the SUV. The mammoth alloy wheels add to the charm of the Land Cruiser, while the prominent wheel arches are almost square in design. As a matter of fact, it stands out despite being parked next to a Toyota Fortuner.
In the international market, this 2022 version of the Land Cruiser LC300 comes with a 3.5-litre twin-turbo V6 oil burner that outputs a colossal 403 hp and 650 Nm of peak power and torque respectively. This engine is mated to a 10-speed torque converter automatic gearbox enabling it a quick 0-100 kmph of just 6.7 secs despite its huge weight. The LC300 is based on Toyota’s flagship and most advanced TNGA platform that is lightweight and agile. In India, it could be priced above Rs 1.50 Crore. What are your thoughts on this report?
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