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Toyota ‘Corona EXiV’ Established The Popularity Of The 4-door Hardtop Coupe

The Corona EXiV was introduced in 1989 as the successor to the Toyota Corona Coupe. It was fully remodeled in 1993, and a racing machine based on the Corona EXiV was entered in the All-Japan Touring Car Championship, which was popular at the time, from 1994. We take a fresh look back at the car.

Comfortable Van-life Version Of The Suzuki’s Compact Car ‘Solio’

Suzuki's family-friendly compact car, the Solio is a popular minivan with a tall, tall body that is easy to use. Based on the Solio, the Okayama-based camping builder PaPa BUILD, which has produced many compact overnight models, has produced a model of a camper that can be used daily. We take a closer look at its interesting equipment.

Toyota ‘Soarer’ Transplanted With ‘R32 GT-R’ Engine And Interior Equipment

The manga "Shakotan Boogie", written by Michiharu Kusunoki and serialized in Weekly Young Magazine in 1986, had a great impact on vehicle lovers in Japan. Influenced by the manga, an owner built a real-life version of the Toyota Soarer that the manga's main character "Hajime-chan" drove.

Narrow ‘G-Class’ Style Suzuki ‘Jimny’ Appears!

The new DAMD model introduced here has been wonderfully updated to appeal to such users. The model name is 'Jimny Little G Traditional'. As the name suggests, it is based on the current JB64 "Jimny", a kei-car.

Nissan ‘Serena’ As A Camper For Weekends Only!

The Nissan Serena P-SV proposed by Nissan P'S Fieldcraft is recommended for auto-camping. The main feature of this vehicle is its variable pop-up roof mechanism, which makes it easy to enjoy comfortable overnight stays in the car. It is a vehicle that can be used and utilized in multiple ways without compromising the usability of a first car.

Toyota’s ‘Toyoace’ Truck In The Style Of The Japan Self-Defense Forces!

HARDEE'S also manufactures machines tailored to the owner's wishes. The vehicle introduced here was built as a wild camper vehicle, using the Dyna's sibling, the "Toyoace," and fitted out in the style of the Self-Defense Forces, reflecting the owner's opinion that a commercially available camper vehicle would not be interesting enough.

Why Mitsubishi ‘Eclipse’ Customized To “The Fast & Furious” Movie Specs

There are many reasons why people fall in love with cars, but many people become car enthusiasts because of the influence of manga and movies. For example, many people must have become interested in not only the cars in the film but also the customization after watching the film "The Fast & Furious". In this issue, we introduce some of the car guys and their cars that were influenced by such films.

Nissan’s ‘Frontier’ Pickup Truck Customized In NASCAR Style

T.R.A.KYOTO proposes a car that incorporates a playful spirit based on a slightly older truck, a sports truck that takes on the challenge of free thinking without being bound by any framework. The concept of the car based on the Nissan Frontier was NASCAR, which represents American motor sports.