Toyota Noah

Toyota Noah
Toyota Noah

If you’re curious, here’s a bit of a link to check that out for yourself.

This is essentially the Toyota logo, and that shows the logo (the one that’s actually attached to the rear seatbelt), as well as the front wheels that rotate like the headlights. The other one in the title video (which I found with some help from my friend Matt who was at the dealership), is a Toyota brand logo of the vehicle we’re going to talk about in more detail later.

In the next video, I will show you how Toyota introduced their newest model, and how they brought out the rear wheel-lock and brakes.

I’m going to also take you to a bit of a clip from last week’s show, where Toyota introduced the Lexus ES500, a compact sedan with a 9.7 liter V-8 engine paired with an optional five-speed manual transmission.

It did so with four wheels wrapped around the trunk, the car running on just three wheels.

Well, at first glance that might seem pretty good. With four wheels on a four-wheel-drive vehicle and four wheels on a conventional six-wheel-drive vehicle… yeah, yeah. It also makes the car look more like a car.
Toyota Noah
Toyota Noah

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