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I purchased the car with 56k miles about 2.5 years ago in almost exactly the same condition it is today. The only aftermarket items are the easily removed PIAA fog lights and radio antenna. Im selling it because it just doesnt get used enough and Im losing the covered parking for it. It was a daily driver for about a year but I worked from home so it was really used for weekend river trips and highway trips to Dallas / Austin. Never driven or off-roaded hard, but everything works as it should. There are 2 or 3 very small door dings 1/2 cm or less and 2 or 3 small bumper dings. One on front is 1.5 inches, barely visible in photos the rest are very small. Few scrapes in the rear cargo area and theres 3 inch smudge of white on the back of the passenger seat that doesnt seem to want to come off. 2012 FJ Cruiser 4WD Leather Backup Camera Parking Sensors Daytime Lights Convenience Package Tow Package Off-Road Package 4WD Automatic Traction Control VSC Stability Control Locking Diff A-Trac (Traction control for 4-Low in poor traction conditions) Inverter JBL Sound 2nd Adult owner 70,500 miles Plenty of cup holders 4 Adults can take it camping Fully Optioned Factory Carpet Mat Set Front and Rear Factory Rubber Mat Set Front and Rear Factory tire cover Factory luggage rack and rock rails Tires have 14k miles Original Window Sticker All paperwork, incl all gas receipts with mileage since Ive owned it Full synthetic every 5k, currently Royal Purple full syn at 70k
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There's an automotive axiom that claims it's more fun to drive a slow car fast, than a fast car slow. If that's the case, then pushing a Toyota Sports 800 around must be one of the most exhilarating experiences behind the wheel in the world. With just 800cc of displacement from a two-cylinder boxer engine, the focus is on finesse over outright speed. Still, it's a fantastic page in Toyota's performance history, and Petrolicious takes a ride with a man who owns a meticulously restored 1967 example in its latest video.
The Sports 800 used the classic cost-saving strategy in the auto industry of taking parts from a standard model in the lineup and modifying it into a sports car. In this case that meant borrowing the engine from the plebian Toyota Publica, beefing it up for more power and clothing the whole thing a in beautifully shaped, wind-tunnel-honed body.
The look of these lithe, targa roadsters is the exact opposite of the rather dull styling sometimes associated with Toyota today. Everywhere you look there are louvers, vents or curves to draw the eye. Check out the latest Petrolicious video for a detailed look at the history of this rare model that's largely unknown on this side of the Pacific.
It could just be a slow start to the news week around the Toyota offices, but its UK blog has posted a brief history on its legendary Supra sports car. Read into however you'd like, but there has been plenty of speculation as to the return of the Supra nameplate in recent years (including last month from incoming Toyota chairman Takeshi Uchiyamada).
Built from April 1978 through July 2002, Toyota's sports coupe made quite a name for itself as both the Celica Supra (shown above) and the Supra, and the blog post charts many of the changes and highlights through the years. Head on over to the Toyota UK blog to read more about this Supra's history, and then be sure to check out the gallery of images from Toyota spanning all four generations.
Toyota is not bullish on EVs. That comes from the company's North American CEO, Jim Lentz, who said the company will focus not on electrification, but on continued hybridization with a long-term focus on hydrogen fuel cells.
Lentz questioned the long-range ability of EVs, saying that Toyota feels "there are better alternatives, such as hybrids and plug-in hybrids, and tomorrow with fuel cells." Lentz spoke about Toyota's focus on hydrogen following Forbes Brainstorm Green conference and barely a week after a battery deal between Tesla and Toyota ended, according to Automotive News.
That deal provided for 2,500 battery packs for the Rav4 EV. While valuable to Toyota, the deal "was never about open-ended volume," Lentz said. "It was time to either continue or stop. My personal feeling was that I would rather invest my dollars in fuel cell development than in another 2,500 EVs."