Toyota Australia has announced the legendary LandCruiser 70 Series is getting a technology boost.
Cab chassis, wagon and troop carrier variants of the off-roader will now feature a 6.1-inch touchscreen infotainment system with satellite navigation, voice recognition and Bluetooth connectivity. Disappointingly, there’s no Apple CarPlay or Android Auto.
Further upgrades include two front USB ports, a 12-Volt accessory power input, a larger smartphone holder and the addition of a cupholder in the passenger-door bin.
Depending on the variant, prices have increased by between $2360 and $5460 meaning prices now start at $68,950 plus on-road costs for the Workmate single cab chassis ute.
Power continues to come from the 4.5-litre turbo-diesel V8 that offers 151kW and 430Nm. It’s matched to a five-speed manual transmission.
2021 Toyota LandCruiser 70 Series pricing (excludes on-road costs):
Workmate single cab chassis - $68,950
GX single cab chassis - $70,950
GXL single cab chassis - $73,050
Workmate double cab chassis - $71,500
GXL double cab chassis - $75,600
Workmate troop carrier - $71,350
GXL troop carrier - $74,550
Workmate wagon - $67,400
GXL wagon - $71,500
Optional paint (all except troop carrier) - $600
Diff locks (GX single and Workmate double cabs) - $1500
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