F ure it is not easy for laypeople to use Toyota Land Cruiser looking through. After all, there are several lines within the model family. While in most industrialized countries with strict emission and safety regulations only the SUVige line has survived (this is also the case with us), the hardcore off-roader line J7 aka 70 series, which has been produced since 1984, happily continues in other markets. In South Africa, for example. And the local importer never tires of keeping up the interest in the elderly off-roader. This time with a special model, the Land Cruiser 79 Namib.Reduction) on all four wheels, each of which is braked with ABS. In order to supply the diesel engine with fresh air even when driving through water, the 79 Namib has an intake snorkel on the A-pillar.
However, Toyota South Africa is paying dearly for its libertine. A copy of the special model costs 893,600 South African rand, the equivalent of 54,800 euros. For comparison: the normal Land Cruiser 79 with a single cabin and four-liter V6 costs only 576,000 Rand (a good 35,000 euros).