The 200 Series LandCruiser Altitude 4x4 is priced at $91,220, placing it $1505 more than the LandCruiser GXL on which it’s based, translating to more than $3500 in added value.
The Altitude package adds larger 18-inch alloy wheels with lower-profile tyres, fog lights, black leather-accented interior, premium-wrapped steering wheel and gear knob, power front seats and a cool box.
The LandCruiser Altitude is available in five colours: Crystal Pearl and Eclipse Black (both previously reserved for VX and Sahara grades), as well as Silver Pearl, Graphite and Shimmer.
The eight-seat Altitude comes standard with Toyota’s 195kW/650Nm twin-turbocharged 4.5-litre V8 diesel engine, multi-terrain ABS, ‘Crawl’ off-speed cruise control system with five low-speed settings, and trailer sway control.
Toyota is offering 600 LandCruiser Altitude models in Australia.