Of course not - although this new vehicle does get the larger steering wheel from the V8 model, so you can sit in the driver's seat making duggadugga noises and pretend.
There will also be a 2.7-liter gasoline engine making 160 horsepower and a larger 4.0-liter unit making 245 hp. This takes the big vehicle through 62mph in 12.7 seconds while returning combined cycle fuel economy of 38.2mpg and Carbon dioxide emissions of 194g/km. Even if there is a lot of it to examine in this instance.
In terms of appearances, a new bonnet, front bumper, fresh headlights with daytime LED running lights, depending on market and spec, plus a redesigned grille freshen up the Land Cruiser's face. For example the updated hood has been shaped to improve downward visibility and the center of the bumper is shaped like a skid plate.
The rear gets smaller updates, with new LED taillights and a restyled bumper. Six-spoke alloy wheels will be available in sizes of 17 or 18-inches, and a new 12-spoke 19-inch wheel design will also be offered.
Controls for the drivetrain and comfort have been grouped together in different zones for ease of use, and the top of the centre console stack is lower for better visibility off-road.
Since this update seems largely concerned with aesthetics, we reckon the disaster preppers among you have nothing to worry about - your zombie-proof vehicle of choice is still a proper off-roader.
Toyota's Safety Sense suite of features also comes standard on the new Land Cruiser Prado, bringing along pre-collision alert, pedestrian detection, adaptive cruise control, lane departure warning and automatic head beams. A blind spot monitoring system and rear cross traffic alert is also available.