High-spec models will have a more sophisticated sat-nav system, with Electronic Traffic Avoidance, while cruise control will be standard across the range.
All Land Cruisers will have a front passenger seatbelt indicator on the dashboard, while LC3 will gain a leather-trimmed steering wheel and gear knob, plus wood inserts in the cabin. The old entry-level LC2 has been deleted.
The top-selling 3.0 D-4D common rail diesel engine has marginally more power than before at 164bhp, but torque is increased by 20% from 253lb-ft at 1,600rpm to 302lb-ft at 2,000rpm.
Fuel consumption is improved to 31.0mpg on the combined cycle for the new six-speed manual and 31.4mpg for the five-speed automatic.
Detail adjustments to the 4.0-litre V6 petrol engine – which sells slowly in the UK – are also expected to yield better fuel consumption figures.
Pricing for the revised Land Cruiser starts at £26,995 on the road for the manual LC3, rising to £37,897 for the LC5 4.0 V6.