Congratulations! Enjoy it.
I didn’t know it had such a wild past!
Best thing I’ve heard all year! It’s such a cool rare car.
That narrow climb in the sixth photo would be a little hairy in a full size rig!
Mitsubishi Oz were supposed to be bringing in a hundred examples of the latest version to Oz showrooms...I guess that, like the Olympics, that's been put off for a year.
Exactly. I’m 7'1" & have owned Celicas, Jettas, Passats, a Thunderbird SC, a Focus, Crown Vics, a Saab 9-3 convertible & a Jaguar XJR. You’ll note there isn’t a single SUV on that list & I fit in them all just fine. Of course, I also have a sub 40 inch waist measurement too. People who claim they “need” an SUV because… Read more
They already built one... so why not another?
Or you can go to current Toyota City in Japan.
Not really surprising considering that there already is a Toyota City in Japan (in Aichi Prefecture, and yes it is named because Toyota is based there).
Minor nitpick: Ghosn was born in Brazil. He has passports from Lebanon, Brazil, and France.
I don’t know the details of Ghosn’s case, but I will say this: Japan has a 99.9% conviction rate. Their justice system has flaws that I can’t quite support. When he says it’s a rigged justice system, he’s not wrong. Getting a fair trial, by American standards at least, is impossible in Japan. Read more
Yes. I know that. If it had been specifically made for the US market it would be J and 17 digits. This has gotten lost in translation online.
Exactly. This is why the Germans are so serious about properly managing their lane position. It’s incredibly dangerous if they don’t. There are cars doing 200+ kph on the same road with tiny econo-cars that have a max speed of ~100 kph. Germany also has incredibly strict requirements with frequent testing for what’s… Read more
Correlation ≠ causation.