The World of Toyota 2013

Mention Toyota to any anime fan and everyone’s thoughts automatically zoom to one particular title: Initial D. Featuring the street racing exploits of an aging (but heavily modified!) little two-door RWD, the Toyota Trueno AE86 is etched in the annals of otaku history as the must-own vehicle for Initial D fans.

World of Toyota 2013

This weekend, see an honest to goodness AE86 plus plenty more at The World of Toyota 2013 show at the World Trade Center in Pasay City. Featuring the brightest and best that Toyota has to offer — from the new AE86 to the FJ Cruiser (a top choice of the discerning oil baron!) to their distinguished luxury line the Lexus, there’s something for everyone who loves the big T.

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They don’t just have the snazzy 2013 and 2014 models (offered at fantastic deals) at The World of Toyota, they also featured the company’s rich history in racing and automotive development. They likewise provided a space for Toyota fans to come together and share their passions — whether it is classic cars or the latest models, street racing or off-roading.

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If sniffing exhaust fumes and tracing tire tracks is your idea of a good time (shut up — it’s fun okay?!), then head on over to the WTC til the 18th of August. Live our your street racing, tofu delivery dreams at the World of Toyota 2013!

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3 Comments Add yours

  1. Hiroki Fujiwara says:

    Ahhh,,,just notice something wrong on the post, the AE86 is a RWD (Rear Wheel Drive) meaning the engine transfers the power to the rear wheels via propeller shaft or drive shaft.

    Thanks and have a nice day. 🙂

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    1. UGH I can’t believe that CRUCIAL typo error got past me Σ(゚д゚lll)Thanks very much for pointing it out!!! (=´∀`)人(´∀`=)

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      1. Hiroki Fujiwara says:

        Don’t mention it, if you need any help for your Japanese Automotive Culture artice, feel free to e-mail me.

        Have a nice day.

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