Toyota launched a redesigned Land Cruiser for the 2008 model year, and 2012 marked its first major makeover. For 2015, there are only minor trim changes, with engine choices still being a 4.0-litre “Dual VVT-i” V6 with either a 5-speed manual or a 5-speed auto, a 4.6-litre “Dual VVT-i” V8 with a 6-speed auto, and a 5.7-litre version with a 6-speed automatic. The Land Cruiser can transport as many as eight or nine passengers with its variable seating configurations. In the UAE, there are three trim levels, namely EXR, GXR and VXR with several variants of each, as well as a stripped-down safari fleet model. The KSA market has GX, GXR and VXR trims, with further variants within them. Available features include power windows and mirrors, cruise control, sunroof, 17-inch alloy or steel wheels on lower models, standard smart keyless entry with start/stop button, standard parking sensors with optional dealer-installed rear camera, multi-information display, optional cooler box, three rows of seats, optional four-zone climate control, optional dealer-installed leather, standard CD/MP3 stereo with CD changer, optional rear DVD screens, and Bluetooth among other items. Further available features include bi-xenon headlights with integrated LEDs, a front chin spoiler and extra chrome trim on some GXR and all VXR models, with 18-inch wheels and a new multimedia system on V8 models. Higher models get navigation, crawl control with tight-turn assist, factory leather, four-camera view and a multi-terrain selection system. Dual front airbags and ABS are standard, with side-curtain airbags available on all but the most basic models, while knee airbags and stability control with hill-assist are available on V8 models only.