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May 21, 2024

Philippine-Spec 2024 Toyota Land Cruiser Prado Leaked In Government Documents

The cat is out of the bag. Toyota Motor Philippines is set to launch the Toyota Land Cruiser (LC 250). This after its general specs were leaked from documents filed with the government.

Globally launched in August 2023, the Philippine model LC 250 will continue to be called the Land Cruiser Prado, this despite the “Prado” name being dropped in several other markets.

The all-new Land Cruiser Prado (J250) rides on the TNGA-F platform—something it shares with its bigger brother, the Land Cruiser 300.

For the Philippines, the Land Cruiser Prado will be powered by a turbocharged 2.4-liter gasoline engine. No details on its specific outputs have been made available, but based on the documents, it will not get any electric assist (it’s not classified as a hybrid). If that’s the case, it’ll probably make around 281 horsepower and 430 Nm of torque, based on the global specs. Thanks to an 8-speed automatic, the maximum speed quoted is 175 km/h.

Other confirmed specs are the following:
  • Seating: 7
  • Overall Length: 492.5 cm
  • Overall Width: 198 cm
  • Overall Height: 193.5 cm
  • Wheelbase: 285 cm
  • Ground Clearance: 21.5 cm
  • Empty Weight: 1,870 kg
  • Net Capacity: 510 kg
  • Gross Vehicle Weight: 2,380 kg
  • Tire Size: 265/60 R 20 (front & rear)
With Toyota Motor Philippines highlighting the legacy and heritage of the Land Cruiser and as the all-new Land Cruiser Prado completes its local homologation requirements, expect its launch to happen possibly as early as June.


  1. Will the diesel variants be brought in as well?

    1. Bring in diesel variants makes sense too. Those buying a Prado have extra money to spend for sure.

    2. Diesel variant ain't coming as it'll be priced near the base LC300

  2. Diesel i s more pricy, dirty, vibrate more and cost more on PMS. Gas is refined, has already high horse power n torque

    1. Why not ban diesel in the cities at least, like what other countries are doing?


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