The latest generation, shown in the photo below, has been around since 2007, but the complete redesign is very close. The name Lunar Cruiser was also chosen “because of the familiar feeling it offers to the people involved in the development and production of the prototype vehicle … as well as because of the knowledge it will provide to the general public.”
Like the Earth-only Land Cruiser, the Lunar Cruiser strives for solid (literal) quality, durability and reliability. But there are many key differences between the two vehicles. Obviously, we don’t need to name them all, but the Lunar Cruiser is not powered by an internal combustion engine, but rather by electric fuel cell technology to achieve a range of over 6,200 miles.