After a two-year hiatus, the 2025 Toyota Land Cruiser is making a comeback, generating excitement among Toyota enthusiasts.

The base model, the 1958 trim, offers a robust package for its price, including retro-inspired round LED headlights, Toyota heritage grille, eight-inch infotainment screen with wireless CarPlay

The 1958 trim distinguishes itself with retro design elements such as round LED headlights, contributing to a distinctive and heritage-inspired appearance.

Equipped with Toyota's i-Force Max hybrid system, the Land Cruiser's 2.4-liter turbocharged I-4 engine, combined with the hybrid system, produces 326 hp and 465 lb-ft of torque.

Despite hopes for a return to the Land Cruiser's roots as a barebones and affordable SUV, the 2025 model disappoints with a starting price just under $58,000.

The Land Cruiser shares the TNGA-F platform with other Toyota models like the Lexus LX and the Toyota Tundra, Tacoma, and Sequoia

While the 2025 Toyota 4Runner has yet to be announced, it is anticipated that all three vehicles (Land Cruiser, 4Runner, and Lexus GX) will share the TNGA-F platform.

While not claiming to be the ultimate off-roader for every application, the Land Cruiser maintains a significant off-road presence

The 2025 Toyota Land Cruiser's launch is strategically positioned as one of the most important for Toyota before 2030