FAW Toyota’s all-new generation Prado was announced: 5/6-seater models


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The all-new Prado is codenamed LC250, with round lights in the low configuration and square lights in the middle and high configurations. The car is equipped with a Torsen center differential, which supports high/low-speed all-wheel drive, and the high-end model is also equipped with a rear axle differential lock. The new car is built on the TNGA-F platform and measures 4925 (4945)/1980/1910 (1920) mm in length, width and height, with a wheelbase of 2850 mm. The new car will also be equipped with multi-terrain control and creep mode, with a maximum approach angle of 31 degrees, a maximum departure angle of 22 degrees, and a ground clearance of 221 mm.

In terms of color scheme, it is available in platinum white, ink black, polar gray, platinum bronze and other car paints.


In terms of power, the all-new Prado is equipped with a hybrid system consisting of a T24A-FTS 2.4T gasoline engine + electric motor, mated to an 8-speed automatic transmission, with a combined maximum power of 330 hp and a peak torque of 630 Nm.