Spy Photos: 2008 Toyota Land Cruiser

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The newly face-lifted 2008 Toyota Land Cruiser is expected to officially lose camouflage for the Tokyo Auto Show later this year. While its platform-sharing 470-replacing cousin, the 2008 Lexus LX 570 may have already lost its black tape and tarp-wrap at New York earlier this year, we think it's just downright mean to make folks wait all the way until Tokyo for a peek. We've decided we're not letting our readers wait that long — so here's a set of exclusive shots thanks to a trusty friend of a friend who snagged us these completely-in-the-buff spy shots of the bigger, longer and more cut-up model from the number one super-awesome automaker from the land of the rising sun. Plus, we've added just a few more shots of the Lexus LX 570 caught at the same time below that — you know, for the kids. OK, the kids with a lot of money.

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Spy Photos: More on the 2009 Toyota Land Cruiser; Spy Photos: More on the Next-Gen Land Cruiser; Spy Photos: 2008 Toyota Land Cruiser, Lexus LX 470 [internal]

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HeeeeyJake
HeeeeyJake

I was under the impression this vehicle was irrelevant. I'm surprised Toyota even spoke up about a redesign or even bothered for that matter.

I can't remember the last one I saw in person, and I would think they would be focused on fixing the Tundra.

Any idea how many of these beasts they sell a year?