The Toyota Land Cruiser family is known for its off-road capabilities, durability, and practicality. Therefore, cars are often used as the basis for a wide variety of projects. This time in the United Arab Emirates, a Land Cruiser 300 was photographed, which was turned into a convertible for the desert. During the modifications, the car was stripped of its roof and equipped with additional protective elements that will ensure the safety of safari participants.
The safari modification was stripped of the roof, middle and rear racks, side windows, and rear glass. Instead, the SUV was equipped with a powerful frame that simultaneously protects passengers in the event of a rollover and serves as a fastener for a fabric awning that stretches over the seats of the first two rows.
In addition, the Land Cruiser 300 received additional metal bumpers that protect lighting equipment and a mount for a fuel canister.
It is assumed that such a radical modification could have been built because this Land Cruiser 300 had previously been in a serious accident. The SUV could get into an accident, during which it turned over on the roof. In any case, the Arab engineers managed to prepare one of the most original projects based on the Land Cruiser 300.