Autobacs Seven from Japan made a special minibus for tourists based on Toyota Hiace modelJuly 1, 2019
Unusual version of the car presented by Autobacs Seven from Japan.
Such projects are not typical of this company – its “horse” is the production of spare parts and accessories. Nevertheless, the company decided to re-equip the 5th generation Toyota Hiace, presented back in February of this year, specifically for the needs of tourists.
The number of alterations turned out to be very large, so the minivan decided to rename it: the tuned technique was called the Gordon Miller GMLVAN V-01. The first two words represent the brand under which they are going to promote the product. It is based on the DX equipment of the base Hiace minivan.
The exterior is immediately struck by a developed kit of unpainted plastic. It also includes wide moldings, both bumpers, wheel arch extensions. Instead of the front, they put a “mask” with optics from 4 round headlights with a pair of sidelights. In the passenger compartment, there are many decorative wooden slats, treated with a dirt-repellent lacquer, there is a wide table, which can be transformed into a bed if necessary. And if necessary, you can equip the cargo department under the floor. On the windows – curtains of textiles. Optional tarpaulin.
The price is fair for rear-wheel drive cars with a two-liter engine and a 6-speed automatic. But you can order a minibus for tourists with 4×4 drive.
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