Limited-edition Toyota LandCruiser 200 Sahara Horizon breaks cover
The limited-run Toyota LandCruiser 200 Sahara Horizon has been revealed with the price set at an eye-watering $129,090+ORCs.
Only 400 limited-run Toyota LandCruiser 200 Sahara Horizon variants will be available, offered to help celebrate the 60th anniversary of Toyota Australia’s “formal establishment” in the country. Pricing for the limited-edition ‘Cruiser is $129,090+ORCs making it the most expensive factory LandCruiser 200 ever.
So, what do you get? There’s a unique grille with a dark finish, black headlight and smoked-chrome front fog-light surrounds, semi-aniline leather-accented seats with unique stitching and ‘LandCruiser’ embossed into the backrest, and a black leather-accented heated steering wheel. It also features, unique door trim stitching, black interior and headliner with chrome accents, Horizon badging and the LandCruiser logo displayed in the front and rear puddle lamps.
Beyond that, it’s pretty much business as usual with LED lights, side steps, 18-inch alloy wheels, moon-roof, power-adjustable heated and ventilated front seats, 4-zone climate control, multi-terrain monitor, audio system and rear-seat DVD player, and satellite navigation. There’s also Toyota’s full Safety Sense suite.
Toyota Australia Vice President Sales and Marketing Sean Hanley said,”Toyota’s history in Australia started with the original LandCruisers brought into the country to work on the Snowy Mountains Hydro Scheme back in 1958 and since then, LandCruiser has played a role in the lives of people across the country from the bush to the beach”.
Question: Are these sorts of limited-run models a good move by car makers?