Motoring, Latest Launches

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New Land Cruiser 79 Namib edition is ready for the desert | IOL Motoring

Toyota's new special edition is equipped with a range of accessories designed to tame the desert that it’s named after.

10.9.2019

Toyota South Africa has launched a new special edition Land Cruiser 79 double cab called the Namib. Let's see what it has to offer. IOL Motoring

Toyota's new special edition is equipped with a range of accessories designed to tame the desert that it’s named after.

Toyota has thrown in a touch of style too, with a new mesh design grille featuring ‘Toyota’ block lettering - since that format has been all the rage ever since Ford’s F150 Raptor entered the scene.

To bring a bit of the desert into the cabin, without actually dumping sand in the footwells, the edition gets grey canvas seat covers embroidered with dune-inspired Namib logos. Furthermore, the vehicle is kitted out with a whole range of features and equipment that you might need in the wild, including a compartment for a two-way radio, a microphone cord hook, roof-mounted console with rear-facing LED lights and lined storage binnacle. To keep those refreshments cool, Toyota has also routed an aircon duct to the glovebox.

The Land Cruiser 79 4.5D V8 double cab Namib, to give you its full title, is priced at R893 600.

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