Toyota unveiled an open version of the HiAce vanApril 1, 2019
The car is currently available only for the Australian market. An open version of the model is offered for all models. There are no official pricing data yet.
Toyota starts April with a rather interesting offer that will only be available in Australia. This is a new generation HiAce van in the body of a convertible that goes on sale next month. The Japanese company will release a new limited edition of 2,019 vans.
“It’s impossible to deny that HiAce was a popular choice for both merchants and couriers, and now that this car has a convertible version, we expect HiAce to enjoy even higher demand among more people,” comments Brody Bott. , PR manager, Toyota in Australia.
“This vehicle, which can travel through busy city streets and take you from point A to point B in comfort and safety, gives you the opportunity to open the roof and go to the coast for a weekend getaway.”
Toyota explains that the soft-top cabriolet option will be available for all HiAce packages, including the two-wheel-drive configuration with a long wheelbase (LWB) and an extra-long wheelbase (SLWB). Even the 12-seater SLWB Commuter buses will provide an unforgettable driving experience.
Toyota Australia will also sell its industry-leading optional built-in baking oven, slyly called PieAce. It is located behind the tailgate of the trunk and includes an oven with a fan and a grill with four kitchen racks.
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