With a waiting period of 4 years, people are resorting to alternatives and this is what they look like.
In this video, we see the conversion of the old-gen Toyota Land Cruiser LC200 to LC300. In a bid to beat the unprecedented waiting times associated with the 2022 LC300, people are heading to the aftermarket. As a result, an old Land Cruisers LC200 has been converted to the latest version within no time. Interestingly, the quality of modification is so impressive that you would barely be able to spot the differences. Here are the details.
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Old Toyota Land Cruiser Conversion to LC300
The video coms from the automobile YouTube channel of one Rajni Chaudhary. She takes us on a tour where an aftermarket car shop has been able to transform the existing LC200 to the latest 2022 LC300. Talking to the owner of the modification house, it becomes clear that this is a full kit that is in use here. It fits well to the old model to make it almost identical to the new model. Among the main highlights of this version are the sculpted bonnet, LED headlamps, the massive grille with horizontal slabs of chrome, a new bumper, chrome embellishments and more.
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On the sides, the wheel arches are new. The fenders have been altered, too. There are chrome door handles, chrome belt on the door panels, illuminated side steps and black B and C pillars. At the rear, the entire panel is new apart from the windshield. This includes the LED taillamps, chrome panel on the boot and bumper. All in all, one can’t easily point out that this is not the original new LC300. The customers can also add a few more accessories as per their wish.
The YouTuber mentions that the mod is legal as there’s no in change the dimensions of the car nor does it look nothing like the original car. This kit does not disturb the dimensions of the car in any way. This particular modification costs Rs 8 lakh which seems like a fair price. We say this if you consider the over Rs 3 Crore price tag of the new model. Also, the car has got a new OEM paint with factory finish. What are your thoughts on this?
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