Toyota Land Cruiser is one of the most rugged off-roaders of all time, and it also happens to be a favorite nameplate to conquer the grueling Australian landscape. Recently, a well-established Australian company called TJM unveiled a customized Toyota Land Cruiser 300, which was decked out to showcase the tuner’s new range of off-road gear.
TJM dressed up the front-end of the Japanese SUV with a dominating sturdy steel brush bar, which in addition to the bumper, also protects the SUV’s headlights. According to the company, the brush bar has been designed to make it compatible with the factory sensors and does not impede the airflow to the intercooler or the engine.
The TJM Land Cruiser Is Equipped And Ready For Extended Off-Road Expeditions
In addition to the mounting off-road critical spotlights, the brush bar also comes equipped with integrated turn signals, and built-in LED fog lights. TJM also upgraded the suspension setup of Toyota’s Global Truck Platform shared on the 300 Series Land Cruiser by installing a twin-tube shock absorber.
The shocks come equipped with Multi-Stage Velocity Control Valving. The car seen here gets a 1.97-inch lift kit. Toyota also offers upgrades for upper control arms. Further functional modifications include a snorkel that is mounted on the A-pillar and a rugged roof rack with integrated light bars is also part of the ensemble.
The rugged Australian off-road outfitter also offers a wide range of skid plates that protect the underbody. So far, TJM Australia and TJM USA has not released the pricing information for these parts, but the company has confirmed that it intends to launch its line of accessories sometime later this year.