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New Toyota Prado 2020 pricing and spec detailed: Kakadu Horizon special edition tops large SUV line-up

The new Kakadu Horizon adds a number of visual enhancements to the Toyota Prado large SUV.

Toyota Australia has introduced a new flagship for its Prado large SUV range in the form of the $89,590 before on-road costs Kakadu Horizon, which adds unique exterior styling touches and a small boost to equipment.

Based on the $84,590 Kakadu, the seven-seat Horizon variant is $5000 pricier, but gains unique looking front and rear bumpers, chrome side mouldings and side mirrors, metallic or pearl-finish paint, bespoke badging, and clear tail-lights as standard.

Occupants are also treated to two rear charging outlets and light-up front scuff plates.

Carryover equipment includes satellite navigation, three-zone climate control, LED headlights, leather trim, heated and cooled front seats, heated rear seats, DVD entertainment system, drive mode select, and surround view monitor.

Safety equipment includes autonomous emergency braking with pedestrian detection, adaptive cruise control, lane departure warning, rear cross-traffic alert and blind-spot monitor.

Buyers also have the option of a standard tailgate with spare wheel, or to have a flat tailgate with the spare wheel moved below the vehicle.

As with all Prado variants, the Kakadu Horizon is powered by a 2.8-litre turbo-diesel engine that develops 130kW/450Nm.

Drive is sent to all four wheels via a dual-range four-wheel-drive set-up and six-speed automatic transmission.

To enhance its off-road capability, the Prado Kakadu Horizon is also fitted with multi-terrain selector, crawl control and adaptive variable suspension.