Toyota couldn’t wait until the Chicago Auto Show to debut the special edition Land Cruiser. The 2020 Toyota Land Cruiser Heritage Edition celebrates six decades of production without interruption. It features several visual and equipment changes, but captures the essence of the Land Cruiser with it’s retro 4×4 badging.
Exterior changes include black accented grille, darkened headlight housing, and dark chrome surrounds on the fog lights. There will be two color options offered: black or white. To reinforce the theme, the interior is black leather-trimmed upholstery. More than just a badge, it’s getting bronze 18-inch forged BBS wheels with a “Toyota” center cap. To enhance the bronze wheels, Toyota has bronze accents throughout the interior. It provides a contrast against the black leather with the stitching on the seats, steering wheel, door trim, center stack and console.
The Heritage Edition offers running-board and lower body side molding delete for better off-road clearance. Toyota removed the third row of seats to maximize the cargo capacity. A standard feature is it comes equipped with all-weather floor mats and a cargo liner.
Toyota made the announcement that they will build 1200 of the Heritage edition for the U.S. market. Land Cruiser only sold around 3200 total units in the U.S. market in 2018. There has been no official pricing released, but will probably be around $90,000. The 2020 Toyota Land Cruiser Heritage edition will go on sale this summer.
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