The iconic Toyota Land Cruiser is not even on sale in India in its latest avatar but people in Punjab are already installing aftermarket alloys on it.
This new Toyota Land Cruiser is getting massive alloys in Punjab. Now, we all know that the latest iteration of the Land Cruiser is not yet on sale in India. In fact, the Japanese carmaker had officially apologized to the customers who want the Land Cruiser announcing that the waiting period in the market is already 4 years. Still, a handful of influential people have been able to get their hands on this legendary ultra-opulent SUV. Let us check out the alloys on this beast of an SUV.
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Toyota Land Cruiser Gets New Alloys in Punjab
The post has been shared by velocity_tyres on Instagram. In the short video clip, the LC300 is seen mounted on a ramp ready to swap the alloys. It looks like it is currently featuring the stock alloy wheels. Velocity tyres are a prominent aftermarket tyre house in Punjab. We have seen countless projects from them with vehicles ranging from budget cars to premium luxury cars. The collection of aftermarket alloys that they have is simply mind-blowing. We are sure that this exotic SUV will get some monstrous alloys too. But we will have to wait for that a bit longer.
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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.
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What are your thoughts on this unique and renowned Toyota Land Cruiser LC300? Would you go for the aftermarket alloys in something this expensive and premium? Or would you rather accept the stock components in such high-end cars not willing to disturb the harmony that comes with the factory-fitted alloys?