Toyota Land Cruiser Namib Production Extended

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All 60 Toyota Land Cruiser Namib editions were sold by January 2020, and with the vehicle still in high demand, Toyota South Africa has commissioned a few more. Here's how much this unique and one-of-a-kind overlander costs, plus detailed specs.

The thing with limited-edition vehicles is demand quickly outstrips supply, especially if you know the vehicle on offer is one-of-a-kind and dripping with coolness. We're not talking unaffordable and unobtainable European exotica here either, but rather the humble and iconic Toyota Land Cruiser Namib edition. Toyota South Africa made just 60 of them back in the 3rd quarter of 2019 and by January 2020, all were gone. Rather than disappoint Toyota's incredibly loyal customers, the brand has made a few more, plus added a single-cab option.

What exactly do you get in your single- and double-cab Land Cruiser Namib edition? 

Toyota Land Cruiser Namib Features

Front grille with robust mesh design and prominent Toyota lettering
​Stylised Namib badging on fenders and tailgate
Heavy-duty steel front bumper with integrated nudge-bar and headlight protectors
Large, high-intensity LED spotlights with protective covers
Tubular rear step with integrated towbar
Protective loadbin skin

Glovebox with integrated cooling duct
Protective canvas seat covers with Namib insignia and anti-scuff panel
Roof-mounted console with LED lighting and storage binnacles

Upgraded off-road suspension
265/75/R16 Cooper Discoverer S/T Maxx versions with white lettering

Exterior Colours:
The Namib edition is available in two colours; Ivory White and Sand Beige.

Standard Specification:
The Namib edition retains all of the standard Land Cruiser 79 D-Cab V8 specification, which includes a touchscreen audio system with built-in Navigation, Bluetooth, front power socket, power windows, tilt and telescopic steering column, remote central locking and an anti-theft system. The safety systems include driver and passenger airbags alongside an anti-lock braking system (ABS).

Powering the Toyota Land Cruiser Namib is the 4.5-litre turbodiesel engine, which produces a tidy 151 kW and 430 Nm, with consumption sitting at a claimed 11.3 L/100 km.

Can't afford one of these beauties? Start your search for a standard Toyota Land Cruiser here.

Toyota Land Cruiser Namib Price in South Africa (March 2020)

Toyota is offering its Land Cruiser Namib with a 3-year/100 000 km warranty. Customers can purchase optional service plans according to their needs. There will be a further 60 single-cab and 60 double-cab models (120 combined), over a 6-month period, with the arrival of the first units at dealerships in the very near future.

Land Cruiser 79 4.5D V8 S/C Namib  R 842 200

Land Cruiser 79 4.5D V8 D/C Namib  R 911 500

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