Would-be buyers of Toyota Motor Corp.’s new Land Cruiser model in Japan may have to wait around four years before taking delivery, as the automaker struggles to keep up with demand for the iconic sports utility vehicle amid supply chain disruptions.

Waiting times were already stretching out to two years after the vehicle was revamped in 2021 for the first time in 14 years. The company is seeking to give customers a more specific time frame, said Shiori Hashimoto, a spokeswoman for Toyota.

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