October 24, 2020

With Covid-19 MPV Honda Invents Power Slide Doors that Open with Gestures

By Meishun Sei

As if Honda has foreseen the disastrous pandemic throughout the world, they will launch a new version of MPV which has a very effective feature in this era. Honda will implement touchless power slide doors into the new model of Odyssey. Based on the information which has been updated in Honda teaser site, the new Odyssey will have some changes on its exterior which appeal more elegancy of the body.

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Luxury Toyota: Celsior

By Shudo Negishi

In the late 80’s, Toyota made this luxury car named as Celsior (LS in US) to compete with other makers such as Lincoln, Cadillac, Mercedes Benz or BMW. It is also known as the largest sedan of Toyota (excluding Toyota Century for chauffeur-driven) and the rival of Nissan Cima, and many popular celebrities like JAY Z also owned this especially during the 90s.

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FIRST GENERATION ISUZU ELF

By Vicente Perez

The cab-over 2-tonne (4,400 lb) Elf (TL221) was originally introduced in August 1959. It was originally only available with the 1.5 litres (1,491 cc) GL150 petrol engine with 60 PS (44 kW).[7] It had single headlights and rear-hinged doors. A longer wheelbase version, on 2,460 mm (97 in) versus the 2,180 mm (86 in) of the regular version, was also available. This carries the TL251 chassis code.

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Toyota Launches New Model RAV4 PHEV

By Uditha Janaka

Since its debut in 1994, RAV4 has pioneered the crossover SUV market, and remains the market leader. The fifth generation*5 RAV4 was released in April 2019. It has been popular with many customers, thanks to the superior driving performance delivered by three types of 4WD system, including Dynamic Torque Vectoring AWD; design which fuses refinement with SUV-like power; spacious luggage storage; and an interior designed for convenience, making it suited to diverse situations.

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