2025 Toyota Land Cruiser 250

2025 Toyota Land Cruiser 250

In 1951, Toyota launched a series of four-wheel drive vehicles, the Land Cruiser, which over the years acquired the status of indefatigable cars capable of overcoming all types of terrain in all conditions. The new Toyota Land Cruiser 250 is the latest in the series.

The latest generation is 4925 mm long, 1980 mm wide and 1935 mm high, with a wheelbase of 2850 mm. It is built on a standard design for these models, capable of handling harsh conditions and easy to replace if damaged.

A long hood, upright windshield, short front overhang, a three-element front LED arrangement or a classic bi-LED projector with a round element along with vertically mounted direction indicators and daytime running lights, distinctive wheel arches, adorn the front of the vehicle. The fog lights are tucked into the bumpers while the front and rear corners are designed for better maneuverability and the lower parts of the doors have a scraped, concave surface. Depending on the version, the car will come with 18-inch or 20-inch alloy wheels with a new design.

Inside, the focus is on the driver. The multimedia screen is placed higher for easier visibility. The digital instrument cluster (9 or 12.3 inches, depending on trim level) displays gauges and data with sharp graphics, which are clearly readable in all lighting conditions. The multimedia system is accessed via a high-resolution touch screen (8 or 12.3 inches).

When it comes to the powertrain, the latest generation in Europe comes with a 2.8-liter turbodiesel engine with 204 hp (150 kW) at 3,000 rpm and 369 lb-ft (500 Nm) of torque at 2,800 rpm, paired with a new eight-speed Direct Shift automatic transmission. Acceleration performance and driving characteristics have been improved, noise and vibration levels have been reduced and handling in difficult conditions has been improved.

For the year 2025, Toyota announced the arrival of the first generation Land Cruiser with a mild hybrid drive.

Source: Toyota