We also get to discover the SUV’s size as new technical specs have leaked.
The Land Cruiser LC300 leaks keep pouring in, prior to a rumored official premiere of Toyota’s flagship SUV scheduled for May 31 or June 1. The documents originate from the company’s South African branch, and the new papers go into detail regarding the vehicle’s size. At the same time, we have confirmation about the switch to the TNGA-F platform and a 10-speed automatic gearbox.
The next-generation model will have an overall length of 4,965 millimeters (195.4 inches) for the GR Sport version and will measure a slightly longer 4,985 mm (196.2 in) for the ZX trim level. It stands 1,945 mm (76.5 in) tall, representing an increase of 35 mm (1.4 in) over its predecessor. The sportiest trim level is slightly wider, at 1,990 mm / 78.3 in (1,980 mm / 78.0 for the ZX), while…
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