A limousine was made from the Japanese Toyota RAV4 crossoverJuly 24, 2020
The stretched cross was made at Toyota’s plant in Takaoka, Japan, where the RAV4, Corolla and Harrier models are manufactured.
The management of the automobile plant invited the workers to take part in a non-standard project to show their own talents and acquire new skills.
The company notes that 200 employees worked on the car called Takaoka RAV4 Limousine. It took four months to develop the vehicle.
The result is a cross with a wheelbase lengthened by 80 cm: the rear passengers will be able to be content with all the additional space in the cabin. Along with the elongated body, the car acquired a modified decorative trim for the front panel and instrument panel.
In addition, it was recently noted that “live” photos of Toyota Yaris Cross were distributed on the Internet. Sales of the new crossover should begin in September this year. The cost of the new Japanese model has not been disclosed at the moment.
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