2024 Toyota Prado unveiled, due in Australia mid next year
The first new Toyota Prado in nearly 15 years has finally been unveiled with a boxy new look and four-cylinder diesel power in Australia, or petrol-hybrid power overseas.
The 2024 Toyota LandCruiser Prado has been unveiled in the US, Europe and Japan – after years of speculation, reports and teasers – ahead of an Australian arrival mid next year.
It will be known as the LandCruiser 250 Series in Japan – to sit below the full-size 300 Series – but it will retain the Prado name in Australia.
The new seven-seat Prado is longer and wider than its 14-year-old predecessor, and has adopted boxy, Land Rover Defender-esque styling from its Lexus GX luxury twin coming to Australia for the first time next year.
There will a choice of a familiar 2.8-litre turbo-diesel four-cylinder now with 48-volt mild-hybrid assistance – or for the first time in the history of the LandCruiser badge, a full