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New Land Crusier 300 series (not available USA)

Discussion in '3rd Gen Tundras (2014-2021)' started by nodak67, Jun 10, 2021.

  1. Jun 10, 2021 at 4:08 AM
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    well since toyota discontinued the LC for NA markets, have you looked at the new 3.5L engine in the new 300 series LC?

    another quote from a comment...

    wonder if that will carry over to the new 3rd gen tundra?

    LC 300 series front.jpg

    the grille center piece looks like it was stolen from a tundra
     
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  2. Jun 10, 2021 at 4:39 AM
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    Very nice! I want one.
     
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    That spanks Fords 3.5L by about 20 HP and 20 torque. That would be ideal for a 1/2 ton towing rig. Make it light and free up some payload!
     
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    So mad this won't be offered in the US
     
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  5. Jun 10, 2021 at 5:51 AM
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    Well, I think we have the new engine on the tundra well spotted
     
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    Been trying to scheme up how to get the diesel option imported and on the road here
     
  7. Jun 10, 2021 at 5:54 AM
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    I wonder if this is a slight glimpse into the future for the 2023 Sequoia?
     
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    Have to wait for the Lx
     
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    is it me, or does the body look a lil like an explorer or something? i agree the front looks stolen off a tundra and trimmed
     
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    My guess is that starting price will be $105k?
     
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    it still may, they are currently doing a study, the original plan is axe LC300 and only offer LX570 and LX600H, but Toyota sees how much money GM is making with Tahoe At4 and Yukon Denali, they may change their mind, the LX is meant to be bit longer than LC300, so this may slot nicely.
     
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    Every time I see a LC I just think of the videos from the middle east of them just riding down the highway either on 2 wheels or skating on the door lol
     
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    and this is why i want a LC
     
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    Gimme…Toyota needs to release in the US right now so I can trade my paid-off-but-worth-MSRP Tundra on a new LC and then only have a “normal” loan.
     
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    Dittothat,
    Thanks for sharing that video!
     
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    Can we just buy one in Mexico?
     
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    I'm totally OK with that


    Mmmmm yummy! A bit of a 'stormtrooper' look in white but not bad.

    I hope not. Every lexus design has a face only a mother can love. They'll put that ugly "Bow Tie" scowl on it.
     
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    i'm not knocking it. it just looked kinda familiar. hoping to see something official roll out for the new tundra, sequoia, and LC
     
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    Speaking of longer 3-row SUVs, a Suburban-length Sequoia with the TTv6 would be incredible.

    In the current Land Cruiser and Sequioa, the cargo room is nearly gone when the 3rd row is in use.
     
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    Not nearly as much as most people on this site but some.
    Ladies and Gentlemen, I believe we have our first glimpse at the top-tier engine that will be available for the 2022 Tundra. I'm still betting the Lexus 5.0 V8 will be offered as the base engine and I am perfectly fine with that.
     
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    You might be able to get away with doing that if you live in a state that doesn’t require emissions testing. I highly doubt that’d work here in CA
     
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    :monocle:
     
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    I would think it conforms to bumper and safety (I would like to think that Toyota wouldn’t close themselves out of a market so easily). Emissions would be the tough one, though. Again, just speculating here. Someone else most likely has a lot more knowledge on the topic. If possible, it wouldn’t be easy
     
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    I live in Louisiana, they barely check to make sure it runs
     
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    Pretty much, I think. David Chao has stated the next gen Seq will be very much like the LC300 and that's why the LC300 won't be offered in North America.

    Toyota wants to ramp up Sequoia production having moved production from Indiana to Texas using the same TNGA-F platform as the LC300/Tundra. I guess the object is to combine the demographic for Land Cruisers and Sequoia, get a larger share of the jumbo SUV market. And the new Sequoia won't be ridiculously priced like the LC200.
     

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