The Toyota Land Cruiser 300 has been leaked in a series of Instagram posts depicting its bold new design from all angles. Compared to the model it replaces, the Japanese brand’s flagship SUV adopts a new front-end while the side and rear keep things traditional but modern.
Instagram user Shomegranbill posted a number of images of his find; a collection of Toyota Land Cruiser 300 units in a parking lot. From the front, the SUV sports a new modern headlamp design. Based on these images, the higher trims are set to offer a more advanced headlamp cluster than the lower-trimmed models. All derivatives will make use of the flashy chrome grille surrounded by a U-shaped air intake that also connects the headlamps. The lower part of the bumper supports a pair of foglamps.
At the side, the Toyota Land Cruiser 300 retains its boxy silhouette but the head- and taillamps don’t flow into the bodywork as much. The window surrounds have been designed with somewhat of a Hofmeister kink to add flair to the profile. Generous spacing between the wheels and bold wheel arches remain as well as an integrated rocker panel. Roof rails appear on all models, too.
At the rear, a more contemporary design approach has been applied with a smaller set of taillamps together with a more distinctive rear bumper which houses an indentation for the exhaust tailpipe. The tailgate incorporates a small spoiler for added aesthetic.
Insights for the interior are minimal but based on what was captured, the Toyota Land Cruiser 300 will adopt a large touchscreen infotainment system that’ll be mounted to the upper section of the dashboard.
Where powertrains are concerned, there have been many rumours that the Toyota Land Cruiser 300 will retain its naturally aspirated petrol engine or even inherit a hybrid petrol-electric powertrain but until the highly anticipated SUV is officially revealed, nothing can be confirmed.