A newly delivered 2022 Toyota Land Cruiser 300 Series SUV has been crashed after flipping over in Kuwait.
It come weeks after 8 Land Cruiser 300 smashed beyond recognition during a car-carrier rollover crash in Oman.
Another Toyota Land Cruiser 300 SUV was damaged after colliding with a Toyota Camry in Russia earlier this month.
Its been over two months since the all-new new-generation Toyota Land Cruiser 300 Series SUV made its debut but sadly one newly-delivered example has been wrecked.
The accident occurred in al-Qurain, in Kuwait and footage of the crash shows the new-generation off-roader sitting helplessly on its side after flipping over.
Details of the crash is still scanty, but the undamaged roof suggests that the Land Cruiser didn’t roll over. We can’t say if this damaged Toyota Land Cruiser 300 is a complete write-off.
But this isn’t the first accident involving the new 300-series Land Cruiser as at least 8 brand new examples were destroyed after a car-carrier transporting them flipped over in Salalah, Oman in July.
This crash resulted into crushing of the never used Land Cruiser 300 SUVs at the lower bed as well as throwing the units above off from the bed.
Earlier this month, another brand new Toyota Land Cruiser 300 SUV was damaged after colliding with a Toyota Camry sedan in Russia.
The Middle East, being the biggest buyers of the popular SUV, is the first market for the latest generation of the Toyota Land Cruiser 300.
The all-new 2022 Toyota Land Cruiser 300 is expected to reach dealerships across Europe and Africa after it was officially launched on 1st August 2021.