2025 Toyota LandCruiser 300 Series: Tech updates coming for flagship SUV - report

The Toyota LandCruiser 300 Series is now three years old, and its first update is reportedly around the corner.


The is reportedly getting an update before the end of the year, with the flagship SUV in line for safety and technology upgrades. / (min cost $ 0 ) or signup to continue reading Japanese publication reports the LandCruiser 300 Series updates will be centred around improvements to its safety systems, cybersecurity protection and minor emissions improvements. However, the outlet says there will be no changes to the design of the SUV, which arrived in Australian showrooms in October 2021.

has contacted Toyota Australia for comment on the reported LandCruiser changes. According to , the LandCruiser's suite of safety technology will be enhanced, with tweaks made to its adaptive cruise control and autonomous emergency braking systems – the latter of which already includes pedestrian and daytime cyclist detection. Toyota began rolling out its Safety Sense 3.

0 technology in early 2023, which brought improvements to the aforementioned systems as well as its lane departure alert, Lane Trace Assist, traffic sign recognition and auto high-beam features. The report also claims Toyota will make changes to the LandCruiser 300's infotainment system to allow for over-the-air updates, while ditching the CD, DVD and Blu-Ray receiver capabilities. Instead, the infotainment system's standard inputs will include a HDMI port and a microSD card slot.

also claims there will be undisclosed updates made to the LandCruiser's 3.3-litre twin-turbo V6 diesel engine to comply with Europe's Real Driving Em.