Toyota has the brand-new Land Cruiser that is releasing soon, for the 2024 model year, as it pays homage to the various grades that will definitely make this the new “it” car for 2024. The car itself has a reliable design to it, given the concrete structure. The vehicle itself utilizes a turbocharged 2.4-liter four-cylinder hybrid powertrain that itself can produce about 326 horsepower with a resulting 465 lb.-ft. of torque. Each of the TLCs use four-wheel drive with locking center and rear differentials, all with a disconnected front anti-roll bar and 33-inch tires are ready.
Toyota is going to downsize the already very powerful hybrid powertrain.
There are plenty of Land Cruisers that come with 2.4-liter turbocharged four-cylinder hybrid iForce Max powertrain with additionally, eight-speed transmissions that can power up the high end of Tacoma’s very own model range. All in addition to the TRD Pro, while the powertrain’s output of 326 combined horsepower can show a drop in the original 5.7-liter V-8’s 381 horsepower output. The iForce can upgrade the peak torque at about 1700 rpm instead of 3600. With the tow hitch, there’s been a tow rating drop from the former 8100 pounds to an enjoyable 6000 pounds.
The 2024 Cruiser can stay consistent with full-time four-wheel-drive, as it is with the past model. All while the two-speed transfer case shows the Torsen canter differential with brand-new all-wheel drive operation upon dry streets. Meanwhile, the center differential can immediately lock up when the transfer case shifts into place with low range. Alternatively the driver is able to lock it up at high range if needbe. New Land Cruisers come with push-button-lock rear differentials, while also maintaining strength with a crawl control system and even downhill assist control.
The hugest thing to wonder about is the actual manueverability of the 2.4-liter turbocharged four-cylinder iForce Max hybrid powertrain, while the numbers keep on being good and an electric motor so smooth at the lowest rpm sounds.