The new Toyota Land Cruiser 300 is already finishing production
The latest Toyota Land Cruiser 300 will be out of production indefinitely.
The main reason for the plant shutdown is an acute shortage of microchips. Toyota ran out of these parts, and the delivery of new ones was delayed.
A total of 27 Toyota plants, where the Land Cruiser 300, Land Cruiser Prado, Corolla, and Corolla Cross were assembled today, will be shut down. Some plants will shut down for a couple of weeks, but the Land Cruiser 300 will be stopped for a more extended period.
We'll add that the assembly of the Land Cruiser 300 began only last summer. Demand for the latest SUV is high, and the queue for the cars never stops. For example, in Japan, the line stretched for four years.