A black accented grille, darkened housings for the headlights, and foglights with dark chrome surrounds and side mirrors give it the blacked-out look everybody loves.
Highlighting the Land Cruiser's renown for blending luxury with capability, the Heritage Edition is exclusively outfitted with black leather-trimmed upholstery.
Each 2020 Land Cruiser HE will come with just two rows of seats "to maximize cargo capacity", says Toyota.
In order to help bring the special edition Land Cruiser back to its go-anywhere roots, the running board and lower body side molding found on the standard model has been removed in order to increase ground clearance. The Heritage Edition also celebrates the Land Cruiser's continuous place in Toyota's US lineup since 1958.
The bronze 18-inch BBS wheels are probably the very first thing you'll discover, that are unique to the Heritage Edition.
Special edition cars can be a bit lame sometimes, but we wouldn't consider the 2020 Toyota Land Cruiser Heritage Edition, honoring six decades of continuous Land Cruiser production and set to debut at the Chicago Auto Show, to be one of them. The brand also tosses in a set of all-weather floor mats and a cargo liner to handle the various adventures for which the Land Cruiser is built. Pricing will be announced closer to launch.
The powertrain includes refined 5.7-liter 381-hp DOHC V8 engine producing 401 lbft (544 Nm) of torque. The Heritage Edition also doesn't have the center-console cooler box up front to increase storage options. Power heads through an 8-speed automatic transmission to a full-time four-wheel drive system with a 2-speed transfer case and a limited-slip rear differential.
A 9-inch touchscreen infotainment system features standard Premium JBL® Audio with Integrated Navigation, 14 JBL speakers, split-screen capability, advanced voice recognition, Siri® Eyes Free mode, SiriusXM® Satellite Radio, Bluetooth® connectivity and music streaming, and Qi wireless phone charging with compatible phones.