New MY24 Land Cruiser 70

New Toyota Models Arriving to the New Zealand Market in 2024

Toyota fans, rejoice. A number of new and next-generation models are coming to the New Zealand market in 2024, including the:

  • Hybrid Hilux
  • Toyota’s first all-electric vehicle bZ4X
  • Next-generation C-HR
  • Next-generation Land Cruiser Prado
  • New Land Cruiser 70

Keep reading for more. Please note that the pre-production models are shown. 

The new electric Toyota bZ4X

Toyota’s first-ever electric SUV is ready to electrify your drive. Arriving next year, It’s similar to the RAV4 in size and promises to introduce new driving experiences, new technologies to better connect one another, and zero-emissions performance.

  • Available in two models: front-wheel drive and all-wheel drive
  • Both have a lithium-ion 71.4 kW battery, that can be charged to 80% in 30 minutes with a 150 kW charger.
  • Similar to the RAV4 in size
Toyota bZ4X side view

“While it is packed with new technology, including our third-generation active safety systems, it drives like any other Toyota – you don’t have to learn a new way of driving or worry about how the software works. Just jump in the car and drive it with hardly any learning curve at all.”

The Hybrid Toyota Hilux

A Kiwi icon, the Hilux is synonymous with power, toughness, and reliability. As such, we’re thrilled to share there’s a new variant coming to the already expansive lineup – meet the hybrid Hilux.

  • Available early 2024
  • 4×4 models retain the same towing capacity as current models
  • Combines a 2.8 litre turbo diesel engine and 48 volt battery
Toyota Hilux driving on the road

“Toyota is transitioning from a traditional automaker to a mobility company focused on sustainable technologies and transport. The hybrid Hilux will be an important addition to our range and will enable many tradies, farmers, and businesses to reduce their carbon footprints.”

The Next-Generation Toyota C-HR

The next-generation Toyota C-HR takes the stand-out quality and status of its predecessor to an even higher level. Flaunting a new design, advanced technologies, and a range of hybrid electric powertrains with greater power, this isn’t one to miss.

  • Available early 2024
  • Two powertrains will be available: 1.8 litre engine coupled with the latest hybrid technology or the GR Sport 2.0 litre hybrid electric powertrain.
  • New design continues the “super-coupe” profile of the previous model.

“The C-HR has gained a loyal following among New Zealand buyers looking for a sharply styled small SUV and this all-new model takes its dynamic good looks, performance, and features to an even more premium level, befitting its European origins.”

The Next-Generation Toyota Land Cruiser 70

One could argue that no one has pushed the Land Cruiser 70 to its limits more than Kiwis over its expansive 60-year history. Beloved for its dependability, ruggedness, and go-anywhere, do-anything attitude, the new model is no different.

  • Available late 2023
  • New silhouette helps reinforce the “back to its roots” concept
  • Features the updated 1GD engine (same as in the Toyota Hilux)
MY24 Land Cruiser 70

“The LC70 has been a tireless workhorse for many years and has always remained an important vehicle within Toyota’s line-up, made even better by the introduction of an updated 1GD engine that will see a reduction in emissions without compromising performance.”

The Next-Generation Toyota Land Cruiser Prado

An unmatchable performer both on and off the roads, the Land Cruiser Prado is renowned for combining legendary ruggedness with luxury. The next generation is the true embodiment of the Land Cruiser’s origins, thoughtfully crafted to go safely and reliably anywhere and everywhere – with an electrified twist.

  • Available early 2024
  • Available as a 2.8 litre turbo diesel engine coupled with a 48 volt hybrid electric system
  • Improved towing capacity from 3100 kg to 3500 kg
New 2024 Land Cruiser Prado

“The LC70 has been a tireless workhorse for many years and has always remained an important vehicle within Toyota’s line-up, made even better by the introduction of an updated 1GD engine that will see a reduction in emissions without compromising performance.”

Caught your eye?

If one (or more!) of these new Toyota models has caught your eye, then it’s worth getting in touch with the teams at ILAM Toyota, Miles Toyota, or Pacific Toyota. We have the latest information on what’s arriving soon, demonstrator models to test drive, and more. Alternatively, feel free to live chat with our team in the bottom right-hand corner.

Please note that international and pre-production models are shown.

WLTP is the new official EU test used to calculate standardised fuel consumption and CO₂ figures for passenger cars. It measures fuel, energy consumption, range and emissions. This is designed to provide figures closer to real-world driving behaviour. It tests vehicles with optional equipment and with a more demanding test procedure and driving profile. Figures are shown as a range under WLTP testing measures. The most economical figures refer to the most efficient/lightest set of options. A vehicle’s actual fuel consumption may differ from that achieved in such tests and these figures are for comparative purposes only.

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