Fancy yourself an over-the-top version of the iconic Toyota Land Cruiser workhorse? Well, KHANN Car Design has just that for you. Based on the J200 facelift model, this Land Cruiser is called the KHANN HRS Sport, and nothing about it is subdued.

This aggressive bodykit is comprised of five standard items, starting with the intricately chiselled front bumper with integrated grille, LED daytime running lights and a new rear bumper with twin-tip carbon-fibre exhaust exits. The vented hood, rear spoiler and huge forged wheels (available in three designs) are optional.

As you might have guessed, the upgrade pack only comes with visual enhancements, so no changes have been made to the mechanical aspect. In stock form, the Land Cruiser comes with a 4.6 litre naturally-aspirated V8 that makes 304 hp and 439 Nm, whereas the 4.5 litre bi-turbo diesel V8 packs 268 hp and 650 Nm. Both engines are mated to a six-speed automatic transmission with a full time 4×4 drive mechanism.

In the US, the Land Cruiser is fitted with a 5.7 litre naturally-aspirated petrol V8, producing 381 hp and 544 Nm of torque. This is paired with an eight-speed ECT-i automatic gearbox, also sending power to all four wheels. All variants come with a torque sensing centre differential.

The rugged SUV was given a facelift in August 2015, and it came with the Toyota Safety Sense P active safety package as standard. It includes pre-collision system with pedestrian detection, radar cruise control (with brake control), panoramic multi-terrain monitor, lane departure alert and auto high beam.

There’s also an under-floor view system and a front-view rotating display, both of which were world firsts at the time. Other techs include blind spot monitor, rear cross traffic alert and tyre pressure warning system. What do you think of this KHANN HRS? Comment below!

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