Presented by Toyota Hilux 4×4 Camper for your adventuresJanuary 4, 2019
According to the assurances of the creators of this tourist masterpiece, a car for camping, created on the basis of the popular Japanese pickup truck is ideal for traveling. For a minute, this instance of Toyota Hilux is as long as 25 years.
An American car enthusiast purchased a compact pickup Toyota Hilux back in 1994. Initially, the car was supposed to be resold in the United States. Yes, yes, this copy of the pickup is purebred Japanese.
But apparently with the sale of something did not work out and now it is not a pick-up, but a full-fledged car for camping.
The car received a layer of satin black paint throughout the body, which gives it a slightly apocalyptic look. It is easy to imagine how this truck rushes through the ominous desert, leaving behind itself columns of dust. Increased ground clearance only enhances this effect. In order for the pickup to feel confident in serious off-road adventures, it was equipped with a double rear axle, air suspension. Leaf springs appeared in the rear, which is why this part of the car is slightly raised above the ground.
Enjoy the ride – on this Toyota Hilux “Camping Edition” you can hardly go somewhere quickly. Under the hood of the car is a 2.8-liter diesel 4-cylinder engine with a capacity of 90 horsepower (the “ceiling” of torque is 188 Nm). The motor is aggregated with a 5-speed manual transmission, which is connected to the all-wheel drive system.
The interior of this van deserves special attention. It has everything you need. Two beds – one above the cabin, and the other unfolds from the sofas. Kitchenette, fridge, bathroom with shower. A lot of cabinets provides plenty of storage space.
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