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Wildest 2022 Toyota LandCruiser 300 Series yet? New LC300 4x4 gets seriously sporty body kit from M'z Speed to punish Nissan Patrol Nismo

Japanese automotive accessories specialist M’z Speed has taken the new Toyota LandCruiser 300 Series to the next level.

Have you taken delivery of are you waiting for your new Toyota LandCruiser 300 Series and think it could have a little more road presence? Well, M’z Speed has the solution.

The Japanese automotive accessories specialist has revealed its suite of Exclusive Zeus LUV Line modifications for the new LC300, and the result is a lower and meaner 4x4.

This seriously sporty body kit is extensive, with the front end making an immediate impression with its unique grille (sans Toyota logo), extended front bumper with additional air intakes, and extra DRLs/indicators.

Better yet, the side is punctuated by fender flares, six-spoke alloy wheels, pronounced side steps, bespoke mirror caps and non-functional ducts behind the front wheelarches.

At the rear, there’s a lip spoiler at the base of the rear window, a larger bumper with a diffuser element and quad exhaust tailpipes, with the latter available in stainless-steel or ‘carbon’ varieties.

And yes, two-tone paintwork is available with the package, with the bonnet, pillars, roof and tailgate of this white example finished in black for the ultimate contrasted look.

So, what about the LC300’s twin-turbo V6 engines? Well, the 227kW 3.3-litre diesel Australia gets and the 305kW 3.5-litre petrol available overseas have been left untouched by M’z Speed alongside their shared 10-speed torque-converter automatic transmission.

If you’re keen for the fully body kit (excluding the quad exhaust tailpipes), M’z Speed is selling it for ¥330,000 ($A3996) unpainted or ¥474,100 ($A5741) painted, so it’s relatively cheap.

That said, Australian buyers will need to import it from Japan and get it fitted locally, which will add to the cost. But it might be worth it if standing out from the crowd is your thing, especially when pulling up next to a Nissan Patrol Nismo.