There are two models available: the standard Land Cruiser and the Heritage Edition. Both are powered by the same 5.7-liter V8 producing 381 hp and 401 lb-ft of torque. The power is sent to a permanent 4WD system via an eight-speed automatic transmission.
Both models are equipped with LED lights, a power liftgate, four-zone climate control, leather seats, heated and ventilated front seats, and a nine-inch split-screen infotainment system mated to a 14-speaker JBL sound system. Toyota's safety suite consists of a pre-collision system with pedestrian detection, auto high beams, radar-guided cruise control, blind-spot monitoring, lane departure alert, and a surround-view camera.
The Heritage model was introduced in 2020 to celebrate 60 years of Land Cruiser. From this year, it can be ordered with the full eight-seat setup. Further additions include 18-inch bronze BBS alloys, black exterior accents, black leather with bronze contrast stitching, and a Megawarrior roof basket.
The price of the Land Cruiser begins at an MSRP of $85,665 for the base model. By upgrading to the Heritage model, the Toyota Land Cruiser will cost $87,995. These prices exclude the destination charge of $1,365 in the US.
With the Land Cruiser being so handsomely specced to begin with, there isn't much you can add to it. The only package is a rear-seat entertainment system ($2,220), which adds two individual 11.6-inch displays and wireless headphones. Media can be played via DVD or an HDMI input. There are a bunch of practical standalone accessories as well. Examples include a Four Season Floor Mat Package for $487 and an all-weather cargo mat for $100.
With just two trim levels available, and considering it's in its final year in the US, we would simply go for the Heritage Edition for an extra $2,330 dollars. The gold BBS wheels and interior trimmings are worth the price alone and likely won't hurt the resale price later when it becomes an outright classic. We typically shy away from buying extras like floor mats from a dealership as the aftermarket is excellent for that kind of thing, but we would add the Four Season Floor Mat Package here as well as the rear cargo mat. If we knew kids would be in the backseat regularly for long journeys or camping trips, we would also bite the bullet and get the rear entertainment screens.