The Toyota LandCruiser Prado has reached new heights with a new top-of-the-range model that sits above the current flagship Kakadu edition.
Pricing begins at $89,590 before on-road costs, with the Horizon edition set to receive additional features compared to the standard Kakadu priced from $84,590 plus on-road costs.
The $5000 price premium buys a front bumper spoiler, rear bumper spats, chrome side moulding, chrome-accented mirror covers, metallic or pearl paint finish, clear rear combination lights and Horizon badging.
Inside, the Horizon edition comes with illuminated front scuff panels and two rear USB charging outlets for the inside.
As with all of the premium Prado Kakadus, the Horizon features seven seats with the front row being electric, leather-accented, heated and ventilated. An electrically adjustable steering column, JBL sound system and rear-passenger DVD system will also feature.
Powered third-row folding seats and an electrically-adjustable steering column distinguish the Kakadu from baser models.
All Prados (bar the entry-level GX) offer a choice of standard tailgate and spare wheel mount or a flat tailgate option with openable-glass that relocates the spare beneath the car.
The Horizon will feature allocations from the Toyota Safety Sense including lane departure alert, automatic high-beam headlights, active cruise control and pre-collision safety (which alerts the driver to a potential frontal collision).
Blind-spot monitoring and rear cross-traffic alert also come as standard.
The 2020 Kakadu Horizon will utilise the same 2.8-litre turbo diesel engine as seen in previous generations of HiLux, Highlander and Prado. The unit outputs 130kW and 450Nm through a six-speed automatic with dual-range four-wheel drive crawl control and multi-terrain select.
2020 Toyota Prado Kakadu Horizon edition pricing
- Prado Kakadu Horizon - $89,590
All prices exclude on-road costs