Toyota’s New 4×4 Line Is Awe-Inspiring: Here’s What’s New With The Japanese Giants

The Toyota RAV4 holds the crown of the best-selling SUV in the US for the fourth consecutive year in 2020 and is leading the segment again in 2021. This is not a minor detail, but the side effect of Toyota’s commitment to excellence and the groundbreaking business model they have been implementing and perfecting for decades. Far from being an obsolete brand after almost a century, they are one of the biggest in the world making 10 million vehicles a year. Moreover, Toyota is a synonym of reliable, capable, and high-tech vehicles ready to chase your dreams. Let’s take a look at what the future brings in the 4×4 segment for this legendary brand.

A New Land Cruiser Hits The Market

This classic was introduced in 1951 and has seen the roads of over 170 countries selling 300,000 units a year with a cumulative total of 10.4 million. Its legend as a 4×4, do-it-all machine began when it became the first vehicle to climb the sixth checkpoint of Mount Fuji in Japan. Although much has changed for this new incarnation, the spirit was kept the same. Furthermore, the exterior and interior redesign is only the cosmetic part of an integral change that involves a lower overall weight and center of gravity as well as a new powertrain. The result is a more powerful machine that is comfortable, easy to drive, and more capable than ever to go from the streets to the harshest terrains and return in one piece. The Land Cruiser is back and is better than ever.

Toyota Goes Off-Road… And Electric!

Speaking of groundbreaking technology and vehicles with a tradition, Toyota has been in the hybrid/electric car market since the first Prius was launched back in 1997. This past April, they took the concept to a whole different level by presenting the Toyota bZ4X, a more than capable 4×4 SUV that incorporates the most advanced elements of modern design, such as the panoramic roof and the bold lines found in the most cutting-edge models in the world. In the same vein, the interior equipment is a state-of-the-art, fully intuitive interface that is as effortless to maneuver as the car itself. Moreover, it can take on city lights and dirt paths like no other electric vehicle can and symbolizes a commitment to zero emissions by the year 2050.

The Tacoma TRD Pro Is Ready For Off-Road Fun

The Toyota Tacoma has been around since 1995 and it has always been another name for reliability, power, and fun. Furthermore, the company sold so many units that you can still get a 97 Tacoma water pump gasket original replacement today if you want to. That being said, there is no other Tacoma model that can get near the new Tacoma TRD PRO. It is a serious truck for people looking for serious 4×4-fun into the wild. Moreover, the TRD Pro line is designed and tested along with Toyota’s Racing Team and taken to the extreme by experts. As a result, the TRD line comes in where all other lines left off to quench the thirst for adrenaline and fun real off-road fans feel. What is more, to improve performance even further, the new iteration of this timeless off-road classic employs brand new TRD-tuned FOX internal bypass shocks. Furthermore, they also received a lift of 1.5 inches up front and 0.5 inches in the back. The Tacoma never looked, felt, and performed so powerfully before.

Toyota’s name is a synonym for reliability, performance, tradition, and technology. They have amassed a legion of loyal fans around the world and every bit of that path is backed up with great vehicles that made history. Their new line of 4x4s follows the same line of excellence and, if you haven’t already, it is time to give them a try and let them surprise you.

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Steen Hansen
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Steen Hansen has always been into vintage, retro, architecture, gadgets and especially everything with an engine! With more than 11 years as Art Director on danish car magazines, test driver and continuously been pushing boundaries on the race track himself.

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