The revised large SUV, which remains a left field choice in Britain (where 566 Land Cruisers were sold last year) in a class that includes high-selling models such as the Land Rover Discovery Sport, gets aesthetic and technical upgrades to improve its ergonomics and usability.
Its starting price leaves it £4440 more expensive than the Discovery Sport, but the Land Cruiser's clearer off-road focus arguably makes it the most rugged option in the segment.
Toyota is bidding to make it more luxurious so has added a new 8in touchscreen infotainment screen that houses the car’s multimedia system to the cabin. It is accompanied by a 4.2in multi-information screen and a new instrument binnacle.
Also added is a larger steering wheel, borrowed from the Land Cruiser V8 that is not sold in the UK (and remains popular in the Middle East), and front seat ventilation.