The latest batch of official teaser images of the 2024 Toyota Prado released this week has yielded a fabulous new render depicting how the new-generation 4×4 off-road SUV will look when it’s unveiled on August 2.
In place of the GX’s squinting fascia is an almost flat front-end which makes the new Prado look significantly blockier than its upmarket sibling, with the headlight, grille, bumper and intake lines being different – read straight – compared to the GX.
Slim rectangular headlight clusters flank an equally rectangular grille, below which is a solid bumper element and matching intake-style mesh.
Either side of the rectangular pile is a set of square panels which look to simply serve as oversized mounting points for the miniscule fog lights.
No changes have been made to the sides of the rendered Toyota Prado compared to the GX, but the same can’t be said at the back, where we find a completely different rear lighting signature resembling a blend of the old FJ60/62’s stack and the Compact Cruiser EV’s LED cluster.