Professionally painted (2019) (cost over $5K) in the original Antique Sage with soda blasted and blacked out
Front grill replaced with 95 “TOYOTA” version
New OEM flare trim
Wheels: OEM, blasted then powder coated “Evo Gray Satin”
Front bumper: ARB with custom daylight running lights in the bumper turn signals
Winch: Warn M8000 (never used)
Rear Bumper: 4x4 Labs with ladder and tire carrier, powder coated
Sliders: White Knuckle DOM
OME 2.5” kit with medium rear and heavy front springs. It sits level and rides well.
Delta panhard lift bracket
1” wheel spacers
New front driveshaft
Alignment after suspension install
Tires: 5x ~34” BFG KO2 295/75R16
New Headgasket, new head bolts, resurfaced head, etc.
New rear main seal
Rebuilt birfields, wheel bearings, etc.
New catalytic converter
New water pump
New thermostat housing
New radiator hoses
New heater core
New receiver drier
Pesky heater hose replaced
New heater bypass valve
New master cylinder
New front calipers
Rear calipers serviced
New leather, new bolsters on all seats with heated seats added in front
Sanded/painted seat brackets
Rebuilt seat gears
New steering wheel leather
New shifter leather
New center console leather
New carpet and insulation throughout
Weathertech mats front and rear
Sound pad added under carpet
Dynamat on doors
BH3D cup holders
Wit’s end useless cubby mount
HID upgrade, Morimoto 35W HID in Depo housing with custom painted bezels (best mod ever!) ($1K)
LED rear lights, smoked, Depo Stereo (over $4K):
Pioneer AVH-W4400NEX touchscreen head unit with wireless Apple Carplay, android auto, backup camera, bluetooth etc.
Focal 165VRS front component speakers ($850) + custom install
Alpine PDR-V75 750W 5 channel Amplifier under driver seat
Axxess Steering wheel audio controls package
JL 10TW3-D4 10” subwoofer in sealed enclosure (easily removable)
CDT rear 6.5 coaxial speakers custom install
4 gauge power ran from battery
Heated front seats switches in center console
USB (2x) high current connector in center console
LED bulb swap in the cluster
LED interior bulbs
LED in all exterior bulbs with flasher relay upgrade
New RS3000 alarm buzzer
New washer diverter valve
Auto power-down mod for driver window
Custom LED floor lighting when doors open
Custom LED lighting in rear floorboard
Gentex Mirror using Wit’s end mount with homelink and outside temperature
All locks, windows, doors, alarm works
OEM CDT switch installed with 7 pin mod
Lockers all engage/working
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According to Toyota, the "i-ROAD takes the company closer to its goal of creating the ultimate range of eco cars." As you're surely aware, that range of eco cars includes the enormously successful Prius family, but this new machine is nothing like the hybrid hatchback. And it's not even a car - Toyota calls the i-ROAD a Personal Mobility Vehicle.
Toyota's i-ROAD Concept, which debuts at this week's Geneva Motor Show, is adorned with just three wheels, meaning it's just as much a motorcycle as it is a car, and the driver and passenger sit in tandem style instead of side-by-side. This arrangement allows for a very thin 850mm width, which is about the same as a large motorcycle. Because the cockpit is enclosed, the occupants don't need helmets, nor are they open to the elements outside.
Also like a traditional two-wheeler, the i-ROAD tilts through the turns and when driving on uneven surfaces. Toyota says its computer-controlled Active Lean technology automatically balances the vehicle with no input from the driver.
When Toyota first conceptualized a gasoline-electric hybrid vehicle for mainstream Americans to drive, the initial response was pretty skeptical. Still, through relentless engineering and solid product after solid product, Toyota has built the Prius brand into the dominant force in the hybrid car market.
Something like that plan of attack is what the Japanese company is preparing for hydrogen fuel cell vehicles, as well, and that attack is seeing a critical salvo fired today with the debut of this FCV Concept at the Tokyo Motor Show.
Though there's nothing substantive to be said about rumors of a 300-mile range or a sticker price around $50,000, the FCV concept does offer a few technical details. The sharp-beaked concept makes use of two high-pressure hydrogen tanks and boasts a power output density of three kilowatts per liter.
Scroll down the leaderboards of Nürburgring lap times and you'll see mostly racing cars, supercars and sports cars. Delve deep enough and you'll eventually get to hatchbacks and sedans, albeit the most performance-focused of their kind. But a hybrid? Sure, the Porsche 918 Spyder posted the top time for a street-legal series production car, and it's technically a hybrid, but we're talking about another kind of hybrid here. We're talking about a Toyota Prius.
That's right: the Prius just set a lap record around the Nordschleife. But it wasn't for the lap time. In fact, miles per hour barely factored in (except for staying above the minimum 37-mph average speed mandated on the vaunted racing circuit). No, this was about miles per gallon.
Toyota took one of its Prius Plug-In hybrids to the Nürburgring, topped up the battery, put on a set of low-rolling-resistance tires and put automotive journalist Joe Clifford behind the wheel with a mandate to use as little fuel as possible. After one second shy of 21 minutes, the Prius completed its lap having used just five tablespoons of fuel.