Toyota has unveiled the next-generation LandCruiser Prado with the introduction of sporty three-door versions for the first time in Australia. The 2010 Toyota Landcruiser Prado Three-Door model has the same distinctively LandCruiser-like Prado face of the five-door, featuring a three-dimensional vertical grille. Its roof and rear-quarter sheet metal are unique, though the back door – which bears the spare tire – is shared with the five-door version. A higher break-over angle, courtesy of the shorter wheelbase, provides three-door Prado with the ability to travel over steeper peaks than five-door.
Specification levels will be high across three- and five-door ranges, with several flow-down technologies from Lexus and from LandCruiser 200 Series. The 2010 Toyota Land Cruiser Prado Three-Door will be sold alongside five-door models from the November introduction of the new Prado 150 range.