Toyota Land Cruiser LC America

May 23, 2018

Category: Rides

When it comes to Japanese vehicles, the Land Cruiser is the off-road king. Unfortunately, the best versions of that 4×4 never come to the States and Toyota has no plans to change that. Fortunately, the folks at LC America decided to do it themselves and are now importing the 70 series turbo diesel monster to the USA.

As you might gather from the look of it, this pickup-SUV hybrid is built for rough terrain with its lifted suspension, all-terrain tires, snorkel intake, and optional rack. Hell, they’re kind of like a Swiss Army Knife on wheels – only better. With plans to bring three different models stateside, LC America is taking reservations for their LC America Double Cab GXL Off Road Modified model now, but you’ll have to get in touch with the Colorado-based brand to find out more on availability and price.

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