A while ago Toyota revealed the 2010 revised model of Land Cruiser Prado. Now the company is unveiling the car’s three-door version, which is like a sportier and cooler version of the car for the younger generation.
Just like the old models, the three-door version of Prado looks the same as its full-size brother. The new gen comes with redesigned head and tail lights, new apron with a big chrome grille and revised bumpers.
Of course the car is shorter than the four-door model so designers had to adapt the roof line and the C-pillars to match the new style. The three-door version of Prado always look cooler than the original car! maybe becasue there are not that many three-door SUVs out there.
The small Prado three-door is also lighter and more agile than the big one so it will be faster too, which is relevant considering the sport soul of the car. Another key benefit of the three-door is its strong towing capacity of three tonnes – 500kg more than the five-door.
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