A major facelift for Toyota’s now eight year-old 200 Series LandCruiser is in the works, and these new images could be our first look at the coming makeover.
Although the main image shown here appears to be a speculative rendering, other shots - believed to be part of a training manual for dealers - reveal a number of key details.
The updated LandCruiser’s standout styling change looks to be a new grille design wrapped in a two-piece chrome frame that extends into the centre of each headlight.
Front-end updates continue with a new dual projector design and re-styled LED daytime lights, along with a lightly revised bonnet and front bumper.
Details at the rear are less clear, although new LED-heavy tail lamps are shown illuminated in two separate images.
A pair of basic diagrams also reveal that while the LandCruiser’s profile will remain largely unchanged, it will pick up new front quarter panels, door handles, bump guards and wheel designs.
Significant interior updates are also shown, including a redesigned and more premium-styled centre stack, and new controls in the centre console.
There's also an updated instrument cluster with new satin silver garnishes and a larger multi-information display in the centre.
Mechanical details for the updated 200 Series are still to be revealed, although we can likely expect Australian models to continue with the existing petrol and diesel pair.
Watch for more details on the refreshed LandCruiser to come as its anticipated late 2015 unveiling nears.