Pre-facelift Toyota Land Cruiser 200 gets a stylish new aero kit
The Toyota Land Cruiser 200 flagship SUV debuted in 2008 and has since gone through three mid-generational refreshes. Despite this, its popularity in Europe has been falling lately – arguably due to the controversial headlight design where some people see sagging eye bags, the shoulder line that runs too low, and the fact that you can no longer get it with a V8. Maybe this is why Russian tuner MTR Design picked an older 2015 model for the tuning instead of the latest (2018) one.
The Japanese off-roader gained a carbon-fiber hood extension, a new front apron with restyled fog lights, DRLs and a skid plate, wheel arch extensions with LED stripes on them doubling as turn blinkers, and a new rear fascia complete with carbon exhaust tips. You may order the kit in the more affordable plastic version or go for the expensive carbon variant.
MTR Design also offers in-house forged aluminum wheels measuring 22 inches in diameter, available in a wide range of finishes.
Photo: MTR Design
Editor Andrew Raspopov
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