The global chief engineer for Toyota LandCruiser vehicles visits Australia to ask owners to provide input for the automaker’s future all-wheel-drive models. Sadayoshi Koyari met more than 200 owners at an event organized by the Toyota LandCruiser Club of Australia that brought together owners of the SUV produced for more than 40 years. Owners from across Australia drove to the event near Canberra in everything from the iconic FJ40 to the current 200 series, 70 series and ...
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