Raiti's first look at the 2024 Toyota Land Cruiser First Edition

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Is the 2024 Toyota Land Cruiser First Edition the KING of midsize SUVs?​




The steering yoke is interesting!

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The steering yolk is a prototype with breaking and acceleration on column for the disabled.

I remember reading about the concept, it's neat to see it in the vehicle:
 
I remember reading about the concept, it's neat to see it in the vehicle:
I drove an acquaintance's Tesla gull wing that had the steering yoke. I could not believe how conditioned I am to using the top of the steering wheel until it was not there.

I appreciate the lack of pedals for the disabled, but don't disable them more with a steering yoke. No yoke, let's go Brandon.
 
The yoke controls are a gesture of goodwill for Toyota. It's expensive for large manufacturers to customize vehicles, so I expect Toyota is probably looking for a supplier to partner with for the design and build of accessibility customizations.
 
Question I have is, so sorry, not related to yolks. Just wanted to know if 1958 comes with running boards? I have little kiddos that need to step on something to get in.
 
Question I have is, so sorry, not related to yolks. Just wanted to know if 1958 comes with running boards? I have little kiddos that need to step on something to get in.
I don't recall seeing running boards on the 1958 trim, but I expect there will be several suppliers to choose from. Profit margins are high for dealer installed equipment, so there will be options available from Toyota.
 
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