Toyota's Japanese supply chain is affected by Hokkaido earthquake.
Toyota Land Cruiser News
Electric trucks make a lot of sense for the mining industry
We're big fans of The FJ Company here at Autoblog. The outfitter builds some pretty sweet restomod Toyota off-roaders. Late last year, we were lucky enough to drive a 1981 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ43. It was a big dose of nostalgia right to the pleasure centers of the brain. While that particular FJ — the company's Signature model — would set you back at least $200,000, The FJ Company does offer vehicles with less eye-watering price tags. No matter the cost, each model is painstakingly
What would you pay for the most perfect Toyota Land Cruiser FJ40 in the world? Not a nut-and-bolt restoration, not a customized one, but a factory original 1978 FJ40 that's spent all of its life in good hands. Right now, it seems the price must be six-figure.
Is this the $210,900 restomod for you?
Old School lets you stay below the radar in a $200k vintage Toyota Land Cruiser
You won't find anything else like it.
The Hilux has been absent from Japan for 13 years.
Nostalgia makes you forget all of the pains of owning a classic car.
This is an all-weather cruiser for both the street and trail.
Sorry Bentley, but this is the world's fastest SUV.
The Jordanian Al-Thalab long-range patrol vehicle can carry 3,400-pounds of equipment, four operators, up to two stretchers, and enough weapons, ammo, food, water, and fuel for a ten-day patrol.
An Ohio company will modify the vehicles with heavily upgraded mechanicals, armor, and new communications and command equipment.
The words "they don't make 'em like they used to" couldn't ring truer here.
If you're looking to go offroad but can't find a Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG 6x6, this six-wheeled Land Cruiser may be a good bet.
Toyota will gladly build you what's probably the most hardcore factory-built 4x4... as long as you live near some of the most punishing conditions in the world.