Leaked images of the 2018 Toyota Land Cruiser Prado gives us an early look at the refresh Toyota is preparing for the smaller Land Cruiser. Instagram user @hamad1two3 shared images which have revealed what the exterior and interior of the 2018 Toyota Land Cruiser Prado would look.
The images are a comparison of the 2014 and the 2018 model. The fourth generation Toyota Prado is receiving its second facelift. Toyota has completely redesigned the front profile of the Prado with sleeker and more aggressive headlights, a prominent 5-slot grille and more stylish full-width chrome strip which sits above the headlamps and upper grille. The front bumper is a lot chunkier, the lower grille and the fog lamps have been redesigned.
At the rear profile, the 2018 Prado’s taillights receive black surrounds and have new graphics, and the skid plate and roof spoiler have been redesigned as well. Toyota has reworked the interiors of the 2018 Prado with a new four-spoke steering seems to have been borrowed from its bigger brother the Toyota Land Cruiser 200. The centre console, instrument panel, and the infotainment system are new revealing a premium touch. The powertrains are expected to remain the same as the previous model. The current model is powered by multiple petrol and diesel units.