2018 Toyota Land Cruiser Prado Recent Renders May Be Its Real Look

Jun 16, 2017 01:00 AM EDT | Paul Urban

The recent renders of 2018 Land Cruiser Prado may suggest its actual look. Such "facelifted" Land Cruiser Prado made the rounds online as posted by some Instagrammer. This is definitely making industry experts and car enthusiasts talk.

The 2018 Land Cruiser Prado's photos have been shared by Instagrammer Hamad1two3 and it's so nice, it may actually be its real look. If the photos are accurate, it shows that the Land Cruiser Prado is equipped with front fascia, which gets rid of the headlights of the current model.

It suggests a more aggressive bumper with restyled grille and new fog lights. The rear part of the car pretty much is left unchanged except for more updated taillights and a revised bumper.

The interior of the upcoming Prado shows the center section of the dashboard, which has gone through extensive reworking and updating. It does come very elegant with a lot of silver plastic and piano black trim. It also has undergone significant updating for its air-conditioning and infotainment system.

For the Japanese market, the facelifted 2018 Land Cruiser Prado features standard LED headlamps and the exceptional Toyota Sense-P package, which includes a host of safety features such as automated emergency braking with pedestrian detection, lane departure warning with steering assistance, and much more.

The details of its engine and other technical specifications are still unknown. However, it is expected to be powered by a 2.8-liter turbodiesel four-cylinder engine. This may be carried over for couple more years.

The unveiling of the 2018 Land Cruiser Prado takes place in the next few months, to be exact on September 12 in Japan. In just a matter of months, the real essence of this impressive SUV will be seen and experienced. It is expected to steal the show and be the talk of industry experts and car enthusiasts for days.

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