Flex Automotive has presented a collection of vintage Toyota Land Cruiser series SUVs, which boast a classic design and the most modern technologies. Flex Automotive will also offer similar versions of the Tacoma truck.
Do you want to get the style of a classic Toyota SUV with the characteristics of a modern car? Well, you’re in luck, because the Japanese company Flex Automotive can now purchase a classic SUV that looks like a 60-series Land Cruiser and equip it with modern technology and design.
“With a rich history that dates back to 1967, Flex Automotive currently has a network of 50 dealerships in Japan. “
These unique dealerships specialize in only one type of car. Each dealership specializes in either Toyota Land Cruiser or Toyota Hiace, a large passenger van.
Flex Automotive calls its products Renoca, which is a combination of the words “repair” and “car”. According to Flex Automotive, “Renoca’s goal is to promote a new automotive culture. The company “updates” used models of the most reliable Toyota cars, equipping them with modern chips. The completely renovated interior looks like new, and the exterior has got a classic look.”
Flex will offer two SUVs inspired by the Land Cruiser 60, which are called Toyota Land Cruiser 106 and Toyota Land Cruiser Wonder. The Toyota Land Cruiser 106 from Flex Automotive is based on the modern Land Cruiser 100, and its style is inspired by the classic Land Cruiser 60 Series. The Land Cruiser 100 Series was sold from 1999 to 2007 and was also sold in some countries as the Lexus LX470.
Toyota Land Cruiser Wonder is based on the Land Cruiser 80 Series and has the design features of the Land Cruiser 60 Series. The Land Cruiser 80 Series itself is an automotive icon, produced from 1990 to 2007. It was also marketed as the Lexus LX450 for those looking for a more luxurious Land Cruiser.
Flex Automotive will also offer a Tacoma-based pickup truck, which will be sold only in the American market. We expect a similar combination of the classic Toyota style with the interior and characteristics of a modern Tacoma.