Toyota Land Cruiser 6×6 by NSV

Apr 15, 2016

Category: Rides

‘Bigger is better’ is a pretty American idea. Big trucks, big burgers, big guns – we do it all and we are pretty damn good at it. Look around the world a little though and it is obvious that this isn’t an exclusively American tendency. For example, check out this Toyota Land Cruiser 6×5 by Australian Multidrive Technology and Dubai based NSV Auto.

Powered by a 398 horsepower 4.0-liter supercharged V6 that pumps 364 pound feet of torque to three axles through a 5 speed manual gearbox – this beast of a truck is built to steamroll through all kinds of rough terrain. With six big wheels and the ability to jam over big hills and tromp through deep sand with ease – it’s essentially the king of all Toyotas. And even more impressive, it can do all of this with 3.3 tons of cargo in the back. Now we just have to find a way to get one of these out of Dubai and over stateside.

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