Watch How the New Toyota Land Cruiser’s Multi-Terrain Monitor Works

Toyota Land Cruiser Multi-Terrain Monitoring 1 photo
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If you’ve done some classic offroad driving, you’ve probably realized that it’s a bit hard to see all the rocks and other obstacles surrounding your car. However, with Toyota Land Cruiser’s Multi-Terrain Monitoring system, making your way in offroad conditions will be easier than ever before.
The Multi-Terrain Monitor uses four video cameras hooked up to the central console’s infotainment display. One camera is located at the front and can provide useful footage even when cresting a hill, the other one is located at the back and the other two are placed in the exterior rearview mirrors, providing footage with the left and right surroundings.

Each view can be accessed at any time on the touchscreen inside the cabin, or they can be combined to form an “aerial” view of the vehicle. See how it works in the video bellow.

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