Toyota Land Cruiser

Patriot Desert Ops LC79 Land Cruiser

Patriot Desert Ops LC79 Land Cruiser

To celebrate their versatile new X1N series, Australia’s Patriot Campers created the Desert Ops LC79 Supertourer, an awesome custom Toyota Land Cruiser. Both the X1N and the LC79 have a matching 1970s color scheme, beefed-up off-road suspensions, and are ready to conquer about any terrain.

2020 Land Cruiser Heritage Edition

2020 Land Cruiser Heritage Edition

Toyota is releasing a limited-edition of 1200 vehicles featuring a black accented grille, bronze BBS 18″ forged aluminum wheels, and retro-style badging. Its chrome lower moldings and running boards have also been removed to make it more off-road friendly.

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FJ Company G40

FJ Company G40

FJ Company’s G40 Land Cruiser starts with an authentic FJ40 or FJ43 body, with a modern 228 hp 4L V6 Toyota engine, a 5-speed manual transmission, ABS, and traction control. You can customize its color, top, interior, suspension, lighting and accessories.

FJ Company Sport

FJ Company Sport

Using years of experience in restoring Land Cruisers, The FJ Company is keeping the spirit of the definitive 4×4 alive. The FJ Company Sport adds modern equipment to an FJ40 body and chassis, including a 210hp 1FZ engine, Old Man Emu suspension, and a digital dash and radio.

Toyota Land Speed Cruiser

Toyota Land Speed Cruiser

This low-riding, custom-built beast started life as a 2016 Land Cruiser, but now is capable of pushing out more than 2000 hp, and hitting a top speed of 220 mph, courtesy of Motorsports Technical Center, and a pair of volleyball-sized Garrett turbochargers. Debuts at SEMA 2016.

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