Toyota launched the 13th gen of the Land Cruiser recently after 14 long years, and it comes with a lot of changes inside out.Dubbed as the Land Cruiser 300 Series, it comes with a bigger and more prominent grille, and smartly-positioned bumper that won't get damaged during off-roading.It loses the thick chrome bar at the rear and features a redesigned taillights and bumper.On the inside, it features a new layout that includes a landscape-oriented touchscreen system on the center console, with a myriad of buttons, knobs, and switches.The third row now folds flat unlike its predecessor wherein the seats had to be flipped towards the windows for more cargo space.The 2022 Land Cruiser rides on a new GA-F platform based on the TNGA that underpins products like the Tundra. It is 440 pounds lighter than the model it replaces.The automaker has upped its off-roading capabilities by improving the basic suspension setup and adopting an electronic kinetic dynamic suspension system.It comes with two new engine options. The gasoline option churns out 409 horses and 479 pound-feet of torque....... whereas the oil-burning mill cranks 304 ponies and 516 pound-feet of twist. Both the engines are paired to a ten-speed automatic gearbox.The 2022 Land Cruiser won't be coming Stateside. Instead, we might get the LX, which is the Lexus equivalent of this model.But, if it were to come here, it would bear a starting sticker price of around $90,000. The 2021 Toyota Land Cruiser starts at $85,565 in the U.S..Swipe up to learn more about the 2022 Toyota Land Cruiser and share your thoughts with us in the comments section below.