The all-new new-generation 2022 Toyota Land Cruiser 300 Series SUV has fingerprint identification engine start button to ward away thief.
This impressive Land Cruiser 300’s fingerprint identification feature will be able to store up to 10 registered drivers.
The anti-theft is long-overdue feature as the popular SUV is one of the most stolen vehicle in some parts of the world.
The new-generation Toyota Land Cruiser 300 Series SUV finally debuted on Wednesday to replace the outgoing 200 Series that debuted way back in 2007.
The all-new, 2022 SUV arrives as the most advanced Toyota Land Cruiser series ever, packing new engine options as well as several tech-filled upgrades on the outside and inside.
When it arrives in the market before the year runs out, customers will be able to enjoy several safety features and anti-theft features cause the popular SUV is one of the most stolen vehicle in some parts of the world.
Latest video from Toyota shows that the all-new 2022 Toyota Land Cruiser 300 will likely be offered with two different engine start button. In addition to the regular start-stop button, drivers will also be able to use their fingerprints to start the SUV.
According to information gotten from Japanese dealers, this impressive Land Cruiser 300’s fingerprint identification feature will be able to store up to 10 registered drivers.
Hopefully, Toyota will offer this secured ‘fingerprint recognition function in the Land Cruiser 300’s that will be offered in the Nigerian market where security is a concern.
But the Toyota Land Cruiser 300 isn’t the first vehicle to come with this fancy and secured feature. Hyundai offered this feature in the US-market Hyundai Santa Fe that was launched in December 2018.
Recall that the latest generation Land Cruiser 300 ditched the V8 engine in favor of two new powertrains. These includes a 3.3-litre V6 twin-turbo diesel (309 PS / 700 Nm) and a 3.5-litre V6 twin-turbo petrol (415 PS / 650 Nm). Both engines are paired to a 10-speed automatic transmission.