Japanese square practicality


Traditional Square forms for Japanese car industry will gain a new Toyota crossover. More precisely, it will be an off-road minivan that will compete with Mitsubishi Delica.

The car enthusiasts of Zauralye have long appreciated practical and unusual on-form box-shaped square cars from Japan. Enough on the streets of these cities to see such universals as Toyota Probox, or the aforementioned Mitsubishi Delica, as well as Nissan Cube and many other models. In general, they are attracted to a utilitarian approach to the car. Square gives a lot of indoor space. This entry precesses the next novelty of Toyota.

In the year before last, at the Tokyo Motor Show, Toyota showed the concept of TJ Cruiser, which, on the idea of developers, can perform the functions of simultaneously minivan and crossover. TJ is an abbreviation from «Toolbox» — a tool box and «Joy» — joy.

The box box has sufficiently modest dimensions (length 4 300 mm, width 1 775 mm, wheelbase 2 750 mm), but in TJ Cruiser you can carry three-meter long-meters.

To do this, it is necessary to fold the rear and front passenger seat, so that it will be perfectly smooth floor. That is, you can carry bikes, surfboards and other for outdoor activities.

The concept was based on the TNGA modular platform (Toyota New Global Architecture), on which many «Toyota» have already been built. Consequently, to establish the release of Toyota TJ Cruiser is relatively easy.

Bestcarweb Internet portal with reference to sources confirmed: TJ Cruiser will become a serial model. And his chip will be an angular square body and a practical interior. The novelty will be present in the autumn at the Tokyo Auto Show. Accordingly, the sale of «Tulboxes» will appear a few months after the premiere. It would be nice if the Japanese company began selling this box with us. If it does not start, it will still appear in the reference version, but only five years later. And our motorists will be able to appreciate it, as other similar simple and comfortable Japanese cars appreciated.