5 things you need to know about the 2020 Toyota Land Cruiser Heritage Edition
Well, the title Land Cruiser has been around for what seems like 11 billion years and to celebrate for 2020 .Toyota is coming out with a heritage edition.
It's got a few little tweaks from the regular Land Cruiser and here are five things you need to know.
Don't expect anything new under the hood for 2020.
The Land Cruiser Heritage edition boasts the same 5.7 liter V8 with 381 horsepower and 401 pound feet of torque.
Made it to an eight speed automatic transmission.
This power plant gets the job done with minimal fuss and provides plenty of low range torque for slow speed rocky hill climbs.
However the heritage edition does get a few upgrades for adventuring.
The third road elite means that there's a lot more roof for deer, up in the cubic feet behind the last row of seats from 16.1 to 53.5 Heck, that's enough room for a fridge, a door storage system and some recovery gear.
I totally dig on the standard Yakima mega warrior roof basket.
It's a great place for a second full size spare
Standard across all Land Cruisers is the off road turn assist.
The Land Cruiser's got a 112 inch wheelbase, so tight turns can be a problem.
This tech brakes a rear inside wheel and acts kind of like a pivot.
We've seen this brake-based vectoring in sporty pavement cars before, and it's cool to see it applied in the off road setting.
And the fifth and final thing.
Well, the 2020 Toyota Land Cruiser is in dealership now but you will pay a very pretty penny.
You're looking at just over $89,000.
Hey, if you'd to read more I've got a full review plus a whole bunch of pictures right here on the Roadshow.com.