A four-camera bird’s-eye system for the range-topping Sahara model is the headline-grabber for Toyota’s 2016 upgrades for the iconic LandCruiser 200 Series.
Toyota says the camera system (one forward-facing, one at the rear and one in each of the side mirrors) will be an assist for off-road maneuvers and parking.
And the technology doesn’t end there with radar-guided cruise control, lane departure warning, blind-spot monitoring and rear cross-traffic alert now also available.
Styling changes aren’t massive but LandCruiser ‘spotters’ will immediately pick the new grille, bumpers and headlights as well as the new LED tail-lights.
And on the inside there are only minor additions.
Under the bonnet, engines have been updated for Euro5 emissions standards.
The impressive 4.5-litre twin-turbo diesel scores more power (now 200kW/650Nm) and combined-cycle fuel consumption has dropped to 9.5l/100kms.
And the 227kW/439Nm 4.6-litre V8 petrol engine sees combined-cycle fuel consumption cut to 13.4l/100kms.
The new lineup is: