The Toyota Land Cruiser Heritage Edition returns for 2021 with a new three-row seat option.
To celebrate 60 years of the Land Cruiser, Toyota offered a special Heritage Edition of the rugged off-roader last year featuring exclusive 18-inch BBS Wheels, new paint options, retro badges, and black accents, and black leather upholstery with contrasting bronze stitching among other enhancements.
For 2021, the Toyota Land Cruiser Heritage Edition will go on sale for a second year with a third-row seating option unlike the 2020 model, which was only available with a two-row seating configuration. New Classic Silver Metallic and Magnetic Gray Metallic exterior colors are also available along with Midnight Black Metallic and Blizzard Pearl.
Pricing for the 2021 Toyota Land Cruiser Heritage Edition starts at $87,845, while the base Land Cruiser carries an MSRP of $85,515. Pricing information for the three-row Heritage Edition will be confirmed closer to the production start date in September. Like the 2020 model, the 2021 Toyota Land Cruiser is powered by a 5.7-liter V8 producing 381 horsepower and 401 lb-ft of torque paired with an eight-speed transmission.
Toyota has also revealed some minor changes and pricing details for the 2021 Toyota 4Runner and 2021 Toyota Tundra. For 2021, the 4Runner and Tundra TRD Pro's Army Green exterior color is replaced with a new Lunar Rock color. New black TRD alloy flow form wheels with a more aggressive spoke design wrapped in Nitto Terra Grappler tires have also been added. Other additions for 2021 include re-tuned 2.5-inch Fox Internal Bypass Shocks and new LED lights.
Joining the 2021 4Runner and Tundra lineup are new Trail Special Editions. Based on the SR5 trim, all Trail editions are offered in either 2WD or 4WD and feature black exterior badging, black seating with tan stitching and standard all-weather floor liners. Available Trail color choices include Army Green, Cement, Midnight Black, and Super White. The 2021 4Runner Trail Edition rides on dark gray TRD Off-Road wheels and features a rooftop cargo basket, a custom 40-quart cooler and sliding cargo tray.
The 2021 Tundra Trail, on the other hand, is based on the SR5 Crew Max with SR5 Upgrade Package, which adds a larger fuel tank, front bucket seats with driver's power lumbar support, front center console, tilt/telescoping steering wheel, three front cupholders, and an anti-theft system with alarm and engine immobilizer.
It also has a striking chrome grille from the Tundra 1794 Edition along with special-edition wheels and a lockable bed storage. Special Nightshade editions also join the 2021 4Runner and Tundra lineup with a stealthy black exterior trim. The wheels and exhaust tip also get the black treatment.
Pricing for the 2021 Toyota 4Runner starts at $36,340 for the base SR5 trim and $50,470 for the range-topping TRD Pro. The Nightshade Edition starts at $46,810 with 2WD and $48,485 with 4WD, while the Trail Edition will set you back $38,315 for the 2WD version and $40,190 for the 4WD model.
The 2021 Toyota Tundra, on the other hand, starts at $35,365 for the base SR5 Double Cab. The Nightshade Edition starts at $43,390 with 2WD and $46,440 with 4WD, while the Trail will cost $41,970 for the 2WD version and $45,020 for the 4WD variant.
Pricing for the 2021 Tundra TRD Pro starts at $53,050. Topping the range is the 1794 Edition at $51,945.