Despite its military-vehicle origins, the Land Cruiser Series 20 was built with civilian comfort in mind.
The Series 25, made in Brazil, was the first Toyota to be built outside of Japan.
The third-generation Series 40 made its debut in 1960, with a long wheelbase, iconic styling and a three-speed manual transmission.
Between 1967 and 1980, Toyota introduced the FJ55, with an even longer wheelbase and fresh styling. This vehicle had grunt, but also felt like a car.
The spacious Series 60 focused on improvements to ride quality, with softer interior fittings.
The Series 70 debuted in 1984, marking the arrival of an “all-new” Land Cruiser. There were two versions – one a heavy duty workhorse; the other with more car-like comfort.
More changes were made over the years, and in 1998, the Series 100 launched, offering improved four-wheel-drive power in a luxury vehicle.
The Series 200 Land Cruiser was longer and wider than its predecessor, and offered comfort, durability and safety.
The Toyota dealership Al Futtaim Motors marked its 60th year in the UAE.
The Toyota Land Cruiser remains one of the best-selling cars in the UAE.
Source: art & life