Ordinarily, the LandCruiser 70 Series is powered by a 151kW/430Nm 4.5-litre turbo-diesel V8 engine, which is exclusively mated to five-speed manual transmission, but this particular example goes without that combination.
That said, it’s not yet known how many electric motors and what type of automatic transmission (let alone four-wheel-drive system) the all-electric variant has, with Toyota Australia confirming “more information will be provided in the coming months”.
Ordinarily, the LandCruiser 70 Series is powered by a 151kW/430Nm 4.5-litre turbo-diesel V8 engine.
Either way, the company’s president and CEO, Matthew Callachor, said the undertaking was another step towards its vision of a zero-emissions future.
“BHP and Toyota have demonstrated a strong relationship throughout the last 20 years, and this project is a great testament to how we can both work together as leading companies in our respective industries to change the future,” he said.