It also has New Design Rear License Plate Garnish and LED Headlamps & DRLs (Daytime Running Lamps). New Land Cruiser Prado is powered by the same 3.0L D4D diesel engine offering 169 hp and 343 Nm of torque, which powers the Rs 23 lakh Toyota Fortuner. Apart from cosmetic changes on the outside, new Prado also features improved features and luxury on the inside.
It offers Crawl Control (a system that makes accelerator and brake operations unnecessary when driving over jagged off-road terrain or on slippery surfaces, enabling the driver to concentrate fully on Steering), Multi-Terrain Select (a system that allows you to choose between various road condition modes- Rock; Rock and Dirt; Mogul; Loose Rock; and Mud & Sand). Multi-Terrain Monitor (used in conjunction with Multi-Terrain system to provide a clear view of the surroundings). Display Audio with 7″ Screen & New Design Optitron Metre · Second Row Seat Heater. Ornamental Changes in the Centre Console- Upper, Centre and Rear · Tyre Pressure Monitoring System (safety feature).
The new Prado is available in five exciting colours- White Pearl Crystal Shine, Silver Metallic, Grey Metallic, Dark Blue Metallic and Black along with two interior colors (Flaxen & Black) which provides an option of a combination of dark exteriors and lighter interiors or vice versa.
Sharing his thoughts on this occasion, Mr. Sandeep Singh, DMD & COO, Toyota Kirloskar Motor said, “Ever since Prado’s launch in India in 2004, customer response to the Prado’s legendary quality, durability and reliability has been very good and we would like to thank our customers for this appreciation. Owing to its Land Cruiser heritage, the Prado has earned its name as an all terrain luxury SUV and appeals not only to SUV buyers but also to buyers of other luxury car segments alike. A perfect combination of maneuverability and interior luxury, we are certain that the Indian customers will experience superior comfort and luxury while driving the New Prado”.