• The Toyota Land Cruiser SE concept is a sneak peek at the upcoming electric Land Cruiser.
  • This three-row electric SUV is 202.8 inches long, 78.3 inches wide, and 67.1 inches tall.
  • Notably, the LC SE’s wheelbase measures 120.1 inches, which is approximately eight inches longer than the standard 2024 Toyota Land Cruiser.

    After a brief hiatus, the beloved Toyota Land Cruiser is making a triumphant comeback in the United States. What’s even more exciting is that Toyota is offering a sneak peek of their inaugural electric model with the Land Cruiser SE concept.

The Electric Land Cruiser Se Concepts

Concepts often leave us with limited information, but Toyota has shared some intriguing details alongside stunning digital previews. The Land Cruiser SE boasts impressive dimensions, measuring 202.8 inches in length, 78.3 inches in width, and 67.1 inches in height, with a generous 120.1-inch wheelbase—almost eight inches longer between the axles compared to the new production model.

Electric Land Cruiser

Toyota emphasizes that the unibody Land Cruiser SE accommodates three rows of seating, providing space for up to seven passengers. While specific powertrain details are scarce, the concept promises a ‘high-torque driving experience.’ Considering it’s a Land Cruiser, it’s safe to assume the presence of dual electric motors, delivering formidable all-wheel drive capability. Toyota’s press release even hints at off-road prowess, with confidence in conquering challenging terrain.

Electric Land Cruiser

The Land Cruiser SE concept distinguishes itself with a captivating boxy design that sets it apart from its current production counterparts. With the exception of the ‘Toyota’ emblem on its front grille and above its sleek, narrow taillight strip, it’s an aesthetic departure from the automaker’s traditional design language.”