Much like South Africa, the Toyota Land Cruiser 200 has a large following in the Ukraine which is why it’s no surprise that a local tuning house, AutoLife, has decided to create one in its own vision. Dubbed, the Magnum, this seven-seater SUV has received a conclusive body kit to make it stand out a bit more.

Overall, the body has been widened by 100 mm with a set of front and rear wheel arch extensions and a side skirt connecting them together. The front design has been radically changed with an extreme bumper redesign and blacked out grille. This is enhanced by a lightweight bonnet with extra air intakes.

Over at the rear the drama continues with two boot spoiler resting at the top and bottom of the rear window. The bumper redesign mimics that of the front and incorporates two faux exhaust outlets.

The cabin is where things get really special. The interior has been completely reupholstered with blue and red high-quality Austrian leather; this includes everything from the seats, to the door cards to the roof lining. If that rear bench looks familiar to you, that’s because it’s been lifted from the current generation BMW 7 Series.

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