The new Invincible model from Toyota’s Land Cruiser range "reaches new heights of style and luxury", according to the Japanese car manufacturer.
Coming with the choice of a 3.0 D-4D diesel engine or a 4.0 VVT-i V6 petrol alternative, the former special edition unit is set to replace the LC5 as a mainstream model.
From £37,795, motorists will be able to drive a vehicle with a whole host of added extras designed to make life easier from Toyota dealerships.
Specification on a standard model sees the vehicle equipped with a rear parking monitor, privacy glass and Bluetooth connectivity to help things run a little more smoothly.
"Toyota’s legendary Land Cruiser SUV reaches new heights of style and luxury," said the firm.
"It offers a higher specification than any other model in the line-up."
Meanwhile, Toyota’s consolidated global sales grew by seven per cent from January to September this year, according to Reuters.