All generations of Toyota Land Cruiser are in stable demand in Australia. Local tuning shop TJM has unveiled an off-road upgrade package for the next generation Land Cruiser 300.
RBC-Ukraine Auto reports this with a link to Carscoops.
The Japanese SUV received metal power bumpers with a built-in crush zone, which allows the airbag sensors and collision avoidance systems to function in standard mode. There is also a winch in front, designed for a force of up to 8000 kg. Aluminum plates on the underbody are designed to protect the gearbox, engine cases and axles from stumps and stones.
The roof rack was equipped with an LED high beam chandelier, as well as the necessary equipment. Thanks to new shock absorbers, modified arm geometry and larger outer diameter tires, the SUV has increased ground clearance.
Interestingly, the tuners from TJM are modifying the Land Cruiser 300 exclusively with a 3.3-liter V6 turbodiesel with 309 hp. Power is transmitted to all four wheels via a 10-speed automatic transmission.
We also advise you to watch a detailed review of the Toyota Land Cruiser 300 GR-Sport from the FineAuto team: