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Let Goldman Cruise Turn Your Land Cruiser Into One Damn Ugly SUV

If you've never heard of Goldman Cruise so far, here's something to get you better acquainted with the tuning firm: they claim the brand is created for the king of driving.
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We can't tell for sure if that's related to Saudi kings or an offroader, but a quick glimpse at their website confirms they are talking about the extremely popular Toyota Land Cruiser and Lexus LX570, among others.

Now, the reason we brought you here is their latest visual upgrade pack destined for Toyota's Land Cruiser behemoth, which for some reason makes the SUV look like a poorly tuned Cadillac Escalade. Or maybe it's just us, but nonetheless, there's the photo gallery who can give you a better view of the body kit.

Codenamed URJ202W, it is only applicable to the Toyota Land Cruiser ZX and AX grades and features a front underbody spoiler, upper dual-light garnish, an over fender plus a rear underbody spoiler and a double muffler kit.

In the company's view, the front spoiler's "dignified shape gives a stronger impression of stability". Also, they go on to claim the vehicles was granted "improved high-speed driving performance and a height that does not impede the approach angle."

The tuning firm estimates an installation time for the complete kit of around 16 hours, which means they'll keep your Land Cruiser for at least a couple of days in their garage.

We don't know about you, but we prefer the Land Cruiser in stock guise, especially after Toyota launched a revised version of the Land Cruiser 200 for Japan, with tweaked exterior styling and upgraded safety package.

On the inside, the Hulk-ish SUV greets passengers with a new 4.2-inch TFT color LCD screen and six LED-backlit meters.

 
 
 
 
 

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