Modellista showed updated tuning versions of Toyota Alphard and VellfireDecember 22, 2019
Both minivans are one of the favorite objects for finalizing the appearance of the Japanese tuning studio, but a subsidiary of Toyota Motor introduced the “official” version, which differs in quite modest changes.
Under the Modellista brand, Toyota Customizing & Development manufactures its products. In anticipation of the launch of sales of updated Alphard and Vellfire variants on the Japanese domestic market on January 6, 2020, the company announced small changes in its line of accessories for both models, and also showed a styling package called Aero Kit III.
It includes: a front spoiler, door sills (compatible with a retractable electric footrest), as well as two options for finishing the rear of the car, differing in the design of the exhaust pipes and some decor elements. In the first version, in addition to the exhaust pipe, the entire end part of the exhaust system is different. All components will be offered unpainted or body-colored. The cost of, for example, unpainted door sills will be 68,200 yen, the same elements, but in body color will cost 80,300 yen. The rear bumper with a different exhaust system is 102,300 / 110,000 yen (unpainted / dyed). The cost of the corresponding elements for Alphard and Vellfire will be the same (as for the cars themselves).
The most expensive item will be the new 19-inch Modellista WingDancer X alloy wheels with bright chrome trim and Michelin Primacy 3 tires. The price is 407,000 yen.
It is not specified whether any components will be offered to refine the appearance, but, as a rule, Modellista only works on the appearance of Toyota cars.
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