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The highly-anticipated debut of the all-new Toyota LandCruiser Prado family SUV has taken the world stage, showcasing substantial mechanical enhancements, improved performance, and robust style alterations in anticipation of its upcoming availability in Australian dealerships by the middle of 2024.

Since its introduction in 1996, the Prado has consistently maintained its status as one of Australia's favorite large SUVs. It owes its popularity to the perfect fusion of impressive off-road capabilities, passenger-centered comfort, and a touch of luxury. The all-new model remains true to this legacy, offering unmatched versatility and a design that embodies the very essence of the LandCruiser brand.

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  • Q When will the all-new Prado Launch?

    We are anticipating a mid-2024 launch of the all-new Toyota Prado

  • Q What are the dimensions of the all-new Toyota Prado?

    Measuring 4,920mm long, 1,988mm wide and 1,860mm tall, the all-new Prado is 95mm longer and wider, and 10mm taller than before. Its 2,850mm wheelbase is 60mm longer than before, and now matches the length of the LandCruiser 300 Series.

  • Q Is the all-new Toyota Prado suitable for off-road?

    The Prado now shares the 300 Series chassis, 50% stiffer than before. This boosts overall rigidity by 30%. The robust platform improves off-road suspension and on-road comfort. Toyota's new stabilizer-bar control enhances wheel articulation, and upgraded multi-terrain systems extend off-road capabilities. Electric power steering sharpens control on and off-road, while supporting safety systems like lane trace assist.

  • Q Will the all-new Prado have 48-Volt Technology?

    The new Prado in Australia will have a 2.8-liter turbo-diesel engine with added 48-volt technology. This technology is designed to make the car use less fuel when driving in cities.

  • Q What seating layouts are available?

    The Prado will be available with either five- or seven-seat layouts depending on variant