Toyota TJ Cruiser is the SUV-minivan hybrid you didn't know you wanted
Toyota's TJ cruiser is a boxy little SUV that blends the capacity and access of a small van.
The concept debuted at the Tokyo Motor show today and it features all sorts of small details and [UNKNOWN] the rugged and usable Things like the sliding side door, to the plastic hood material that you can put items like a toolbox on without having to worry about getting scuffed up or scratched.
This thing is built to use and built to last.
Now under the hood is a two liter hybrid powertrain of unspecified power and efficiency.
It doesn't really matter because Toyota's not yet ready to commit on building something like But I can see it filling the void less by the also bot C cyon XP, especially in the us where we've got small SUV receiver right now.
So stay tuned for something looking sort of like this tool box on Wheeltin in the road near you.
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