2024 Toyota Land Cruiser With Hybrid Efficiency Surpasses V-8

By: Mudassir Ali

The 2024 Toyota Land Cruiser Hybrid, boasting a groundbreaking 2.4-liter turbo-four hybrid powertrain, achieves an EPA-rated 23 mpg combined.


Despite a lower-than-expected MPG, the 2024 Land Cruiser delivers impressive performance. Its i-Force Max hybrid setup generates 326 horsepower.


Toyota ensures uniformity across all trim levels—1958, Land Cruiser, and First Edition—with identical EPA ratings for city (22 mpg) and highway (25 mpg).


The new Land Cruiser's smaller, four-cylinder hybrid engine demonstrates superior efficiency over its V-8 predecessor.

Hybrid Advantage

While awaiting real-world testing, initial EPA ratings offer promising prospects. Previous models fell short on highways.

Real-world Tests

The i-Force Max hybrid system underscores Toyota's commitment to innovation, combining power and efficiency seamlessly. With 326 horsepower.

Powertrain Prowess

The transition to a turbocharged hybrid powertrain aligns with Toyota's eco-conscious endeavors, minimizing carbon footprint without compromising.

Environmental Impact

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