Todd Snyder Unleashes A Limited-Edition Toyota Land Cruiser

Jul 22, 2019

Category: Rides

It’s not often that we see a collaborative effort between an automotive customizer and one of menswear’s top designers; so, when we found out that the Toyota-savvy squad at FJ Company was working alongside New York’s Todd Snyder for an upcoming Land Cruiser, we were wry with anticipation. Needless to say, the partnership was an explosive success. And the result? The aptly-named “Edition G43” — a limited-run Land Cruiser chock full of tasteful charm.

FJ Company’s Todd Snyder Edition G43 is a testament to the poise of the parties involved, boasting four iconic colorways, a restored steel chassis, and a slew of bespoke upgrades that can only be surmised as “exceptional.” To keep the vehicle rolling in the right direction, a modern 1FZ-FE Toyota engine has been implemented alongside an all-new automatic transmission, providing drivers with an enthusiastic 228-horsepower. Quality-of-life additions like power steering, ABS, traction and stability control, and an illustrious interior dressed in premium Red Wing leather serve to reflect Snyder’s modern (but heritage-embued) stylings. If you’re interested, you can head to FJ Company’s website, where you’ll be able to design your own “Edition G43” for $185,000.

Purchase: $185,000

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