Toyota Land Cruiser (J70)

Facelifted Toyota Land Cruiser SUV
Land Cruiser 70 in Dubai
(HZJ79) 2020 Land Cruiser 70 series used in Canada for mining purposes only.
3-door wagon (HZJ75V)
middle-spec fibreglass-top 3.4 LX (BJ73V, Japan)
GXL 5-door wagon (VDJ76)
Troop Carrier (VDJ78)
Single Cab Pickup
Double Cab Pickup of the UWA (HZJ79)
Double Cab Pickup (HZJ79)
Troop Carrier (HZJ75V)
Interior (facelift)
Technamm Mastech T4, Military version for French Army

Family of Toyota Land Cruiser models produced since 1984.

- Toyota Land Cruiser (J70)
Facelifted Toyota Land Cruiser SUV

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2013 Toyota Land Cruiser Prado Altitude (KDJ150; pre-facelift, Australia)

Toyota Land Cruiser Prado

Full-size four-wheel drive vehicle in the Land Cruiser range produced by the Japanese automaker Toyota.

Full-size four-wheel drive vehicle in the Land Cruiser range produced by the Japanese automaker Toyota.

2013 Toyota Land Cruiser Prado Altitude (KDJ150; pre-facelift, Australia)
Rear view
1998 Toyota Land Cruiser Prado GXL 5-door (VZJ95; pre-facelift, Australia)
Rear view
Toyota Land Cruiser Prado semi long (LJ78G, Japan)
Toyota Land Cruiser Prado 3-door 2.7 RX Type S (RZJ90W, Japan)
2005 Toyota Land Cruiser Prado GXL (KZJ120, Australia)
Toyota Land Cruiser Prado 3-door 2.7 RX Type S (RZJ90W, Japan)
2018 Toyota Land Cruiser Prado GXL (GDJ150, Australia)
1996 Toyota Land Cruiser Prado 5-door (Japan)
Land Cruiser 70 Light (LJ71G, Japan)
1998 Toyota Land Cruiser Prado VX Grande (VZJ95, Australia)
Toyota Land Cruiser Prado 3-door 3.4DT RZ (VZJ90W, Japan)
2002 Toyota Land Cruiser Prado GXL (VZJ95, Australia)
2009 Toyota Land Cruiser Prado SX 3-door (KDJ155, Australia)
Toyota Land Cruiser Prado VX 5-door (KDJ150, Australia)
Toyota Land Cruiser Life (KDJ150, Germany)
Toyota Land Cruiser Life (KDJ150, Germany)
2015 Toyota Land Cruiser Prado GXL (KDJ150, Australia)
2015 Toyota Land Cruiser Prado GXL (KDJ150, Australia)
2015 Toyota Land Cruiser Icon (KDJ150, UK)
2015 Toyota Land Cruiser Icon (KDJ150, UK)
Interior
2018 Toyota Land Cruiser Prado VX (GDJ150, Australia)
2018 Toyota Land Cruiser Prado GXL (GDJ150, Australia)
2017 Toyota Land Cruiser Prado TZ-G (GDJ150, Japan)
Interior

First developed as the light-duty vehicle of the 70 Series, in November 1984.

2021 Toyota Land Cruiser VX (VJA300W)

Toyota Land Cruiser

Series of four-wheel drive vehicles produced by the Japanese automobile manufacturer Toyota.

Series of four-wheel drive vehicles produced by the Japanese automobile manufacturer Toyota.

2021 Toyota Land Cruiser VX (VJA300W)
2016–2018 Toyota Land Cruiser VX (VDJ200, Australia)
A Toyota Land Cruiser pickup vehicle in use by the Niger Armed Forces (2019).
2011 Toyota Land Cruiser (UZJ200; pre-facelift)
1980 Toyota Land Cruiser hardtop (FJ40)
Toyota Land Cruiser (J100) Pre-facelift
1963 Toyota Land Cruiser Station Wagon (FJ45)
Toyota Land Cruiser pickup (FJ45)
1979 FJ55 (US)
2021 Toyota Land Cruiser VX (VJA300W)
2021 Toyota Land Cruiser ZX (VJA300)
2021 Toyota Land Cruiser ZX (VJA300)
2021 Toyota Land Cruiser GR Sport 3.3 Diesel (FJA300W)
2021 Toyota Land Cruiser GR Sport 3.3 Diesel (FJA300W)
Interior

1984 – J70 was introduced as a soft-top, hard-top, Fibre-reinforced plastic top, utility, cab-chassis, and Troop Carrier (inward facing rear seats). The petrol engine was replaced with a 4.0 L 3F engine. The 70 Light had a four-wheel coil spring solid-axle suspension for better ride quality. This lighter duty version of the Land Cruiser had the 22R 2.4 L four-stroke petrol engine, which actually were the 2L and 2L-T (turbocharged) 2.4 L diesel engines commonly found in the Toyota Hilux. The 70 Light was sold in some markets as the Bundera or the Landcruiser II, later called 70 Prado. The 70 Prado eventually became popular and evolved into the Toyota Land Cruiser Prado (J90). An automatic transmission (A440F) was introduced making it the first four-wheel drive Japanese vehicle with an automatic transmission.

Toyota Land Cruiser (J40)

Series of Land Cruisers made by Toyota from 1960 until 2001.

Series of Land Cruisers made by Toyota from 1960 until 2001.

Toyota Land Cruiser hardtop
1985 Land Cruiser FJ45 pickup
Land Cruiser Station Wagon (FJ45)
1981 Land Cruiser HJ47 utility
1963 Land Cruiser 4-door Station Wagon (FJ45)
Toyota FJ Cruiser
Rear view

1984: End of J40 series production in most markets (replaced by J70 series). Continued as the Bandeirante in Brazil.

1GR-FE engine in a Toyota FJ Cruiser

Toyota GR engine

Gasoline, open-deck, piston V6 engine series.

Gasoline, open-deck, piston V6 engine series.

1GR-FE engine in a Toyota FJ Cruiser
1GR-FE engine in a 2007 Toyota FJ Cruiser
1GR-FE engine in a 2009 Toyota Prado
2016 Toyota Hilux V6 engine bay
2GR-FE engine in the 2008 Lexus RX 350
2GR-FSE engine in the 2008 Crown
3GR-FE engine in the 2007 IS 300
2004 Toyota 4GR-FSE engine.
8GR-FXS

2009–present Toyota Land Cruiser 70

List of VM Motori engines

Italian manufacturer VM Motori has designed and built several different diesel engines for many third-party applications.

Italian manufacturer VM Motori has designed and built several different diesel engines for many third-party applications.

1987-? Toyota Land Cruiser II BJ73, 99 PS at 4,000 rpm and 220 Nm at 2,600 rpm (Italian market only) (European market)

Toyota FZ engine

24-valve, 4477 cc DOHC straight-6 internal combustion engine manufactured by Toyota to replace the F-series engine.

24-valve, 4477 cc DOHC straight-6 internal combustion engine manufactured by Toyota to replace the F-series engine.

1992–2009 Toyota Land Cruiser (FZJ7x)

Heavy Industries Taxila

Pakistani state-owned defence, military contractor, engineering conglomerate, and military corporation located in Taxila, Punjab, Pakistan.

Pakistani state-owned defence, military contractor, engineering conglomerate, and military corporation located in Taxila, Punjab, Pakistan.

Mohafiz-III (Protector) – Based on the Land Cruiser 79.

Modified 18R-G engine in a 1974 Toyota Corona Hardtop

Toyota R engine

Series of inline-four gasoline automobile engines.

Series of inline-four gasoline automobile engines.

Modified 18R-G engine in a 1974 Toyota Corona Hardtop
1953 Toyota R engine.
Toyota 3R-C engine
18R-G on an engine stand
18R-G in an engine bay
Big Mike Muniz 1973 TE27 Rally Car with a 152E TRD Race Engine
22R-E engine fitted in a 1989 Hilux Surf

1984–1989 Toyota Land Cruiser II, Bundera

Department of Fire and Emergency Services

Government department that is responsible for fire and emergency services in Western Australia.

Government department that is responsible for fire and emergency services in Western Australia.

Old Perth Fire Station, the first in WA; now a museum
Murdoch fire station, Perth, Western Australia.
Goomalling fire shed
Scania Urban Pumper
Combination Ladder Platform
Incident Control Vehicle
Hazmat Structure Rescue
POD Carrier
3.4 Urban Tanker
Bush Fire Service Light tanker
Bush Fire Service Isuzu 4.4 rural tanker
Bush Fire Service Isuzu 1.4 rural tanker
Bush Fire Service Isuzu 12.2 bulk tanker
Sikorsky S61 Helitak at Toodyay Oval
Sikorsky S-64 Aircrane Erickson water bomber

Light Tanker (Toyota Landcruiser 70 Series V8 single cab ute with a diesel pump and water capacity of approximately 550L)

Toyota Zace (KF50; pre-facelift, Taiwan)

Toyota Kijang

Series of pickup trucks, multi purpose vehicles and light commercial vehicles sold mainly in Southeast Asia, Taiwan and India by Toyota.

Series of pickup trucks, multi purpose vehicles and light commercial vehicles sold mainly in Southeast Asia, Taiwan and India by Toyota.

Toyota Zace (KF50; pre-facelift, Taiwan)
Toyota Tamaraw FX GL (Philippines)
1997 Toyota Kijang LGX 1.8 (KF80; pre-facelift, Indonesia)
Toyota Qualis FS (India)
Toyota Kijang with aftermarket square headlamps (KF10, Indonesia)
Toyota Tamaraw (KF10, Philippines)
1985 Toyota Kijang (KF20, Indonesia)
Tamaraw interior
1997 Toyota Kijang SSX 1.8 (KF70, Indonesia)
1992 Toyota Kijang Deluxe LSX-G (KF52; first facelift, Indonesia)
1992 Toyota Kijang Deluxe LSX-G (KF52; first facelift, Indonesia)
Toyota Kijang Grand Extra LGX (KF52; first facelift, Indonesia)
Toyota Kijang Deluxe SSX (KF42; second facelift, Indonesia)
Toyota Kijang pickup (Indonesia)
1992 Toyota Kijang SSX interior, with an aftermarket head unit and steering wheel cover
1.5 L 5K engine in the 1992 Kijang
1.8 L 7K engine in the 1995 Kijang
Toyota Zace (second facelift, Taiwan)
Toyota Zace (second facelift, Taiwan)
Toyota Venture van (South Africa)
Toyota Venture van (South Africa)
1997 Toyota Kijang SX 1.8 (KF70, Indonesia)
1997 Toyota Kijang Rangga 1.8 (KF70, Indonesia)
1997-2000 Toyota Kijang Krista 1.8 (KF80, Indonesia)
1998 Toyota Kijang LSX 2.4 Diesel Grand Rover Ace (LF80, Indonesia)
2001 Toyota Kijang LGX 2.4 Diesel (LF82, Indonesia)
Toyota Kijang LGX (Indonesia)
2001 Toyota Kijang Krista (Indonesia)
2002 Toyota Kijang Standard Deck pickup (KF60, Indonesia)
2003 Toyota Kijang LSX 1.8 EFI (KF82, Indonesia)
2004 Toyota Kijang LGX 1.8 EFI (KF82, Indonesia)
2003 Toyota Kijang Krista 2.4 Diesel (LF82, Indonesia)
Toyota Unser (pre-facelift, Malaysia)
Toyota Unser (first facelift, Malaysia)
Toyota Unser GLi (second facelift, Malaysia)
Toyota Unser LGX (second facelift, Malaysia)
Toyota Unser (pre-facelift, Malaysia)
Toyota Unser (first facelift, Malaysia)
Toyota Unser GLi (second facelift, Malaysia)
Toyota Unser LGX (second facelift, Malaysia)
1998 Toyota Revo GLX (Philippines)
1999 Toyota Revo SR (Philippines)
2002 Toyota Revo GLX (Philippines)
2003–2005 Toyota Revo DLX (Philippines)
2003–2005 Toyota Revo GLX (Philippines)
2003–2005 Toyota Revo SR (Philippines)
2001 Toyota Zace Surf 2.4 Full-Time 4WD (Taiwan)
2001 Toyota Zace Surf 2.4 Full-Time 4WD (Taiwan)
Toyota Zace DX (Vietnam)
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Rover: Coach-built model with a restyled body resembling the 70-series Land Cruiser available either as a 4-door (Rover) or 5-door (Grand Rover) wagon in either short or long wheelbase. Front Reclining seats and folding middle seats are standard on all trims while super variants include headrests, Console Box, and footsteps as standard equipment. Air conditioning and a radio/cassette are available as options. Power steering was later added with the 1992 refresh with the 4-door Rover model subsequently being discontinued and the model name was later changed to "RoverAce" after receiving objections from the British automobile manufacturer Rover