2024 Toyota Land Cruiser Rendered As A Bronco
Even if it will never happen, we can't deny that a two-door drop-top Land Cruiser looks mighty fine.
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After 3 years, the Toyota Land Cruiser has finally returned to America in the form of a rugged Lexus GX-based off-roader. And despite the SUV just breaking cover less than a week ago, digital artists have already been having their way with it.
One of the best ones yet comes from Theottle — the same mind that brought us the Lexus GX pickup truck — who imagined the Toyota as a two-door convertible in the same vein as the Jeep Wrangler and Ford Bronco.
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He begins by (obviously) shortening the wheelbase, followed by a greenhouse delete for the convertible aspect. He then added in the rollbar from a Wrangler, then recolored it to match the Land Cruiser’s yellow paint. Atop this rollbar, the removable roof from a Wrangler was also added. This process was then repeated for the rear end, including the rollbar and roof, even going so far as to add the Wrangler’s rear seats. The tailgate-mounted spare tire from the Wrangler was added as well, but not without swapping the Jeep’s wheel design with the Toyota‘s.
Despite all these Wrangler parts, we think certain elements of the new Land Cruiser’s design, namely its kinked beltline, are more reminiscent of the Ford Bronco, but that’s neither here nor there. Overall, the renderings came out stunning, and it has us desperately wanting a 2-door convertible Land Cruiser, no matter how unlikely it would be.Read More: 2025 Toyota 4Runner Rendered, Is Expected To Drop V6 For 4-Cylinder TurboSee Also: Toyota Teases Possible FJ Cruiser Revival Alongside Mysterious SUV And Scooter