It was based on the third-generation Toyota Hilux pickup truck that was produced from 1978 to 1983.
General info[edit | edit source]
The Toyota Hilux features the 4x4 pickup body design, with the rectangle-shaped air intake with circle-shaped headlamps on the front and the vertical rectangle-shaped tall lamps on the rear. There's the flaresides around the rear wheels and the bullbar that is attached to the front bumper. There's also a non-removable tray shell on the rear of the car.
In addition to the 3-color stripes around the bodyshell, it has several manufacturer and OEM decals. It was mainly in orange.
It comes with the pickup-2 wheels with block-style tires.
About the real-life vehicle the Mini 4WD car is based on[edit | edit source]
Introduced in August 1978, the third-generation Toyota Hilux is a pickup truck produced by Toyota. It is available in 2-door and 4-door body designs and has 2WD and 4WD variants.
Powering the pickup truck is either the Toyota R-series straight-4 SOHC natural-aspirated petrol engines (available from 1.6 liter to 2.4 liter) or a 2.2 liter Toyota L-series straight-4 diesel engine that were mated to either the 4- or 5-speed manual transmission or 3-speed automatic transmission. The N40 models has longer wheelbase than that of the N30 models.
It was later replaced by the fourth-generation Hilux in August 1983.
Technical info[edit | edit source]
Length: 140 mm
Width: 59 mm
Height: 57 mm
Chassis: Origin-2 Chassis
Gear Set(s): N/A
See also[edit | edit source]
Toyota cars[edit | edit source]
- Toyota Land Cruiser (Team ACP)
- Toyota Hilux Monster Racer Jr.
- Toyota 4Runner
- Toyota Rav4
- Toyota Hilux Surf SSR-G
- Toyota Ipsum L-Selection EX
- Toyota Land Cruiser Prado RZ
- Toyota Land Cruiser 100 Wagon
- ZENT Tom's Supra
- Toyota Gazoo Racing TS050 Hybrid
- Toyota Gazoo Racing WRT/Yaris WRC
- Toyota GR Supra
- Toyota GR Yaris
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Tamiya Japan[edit | edit source]
- Toyota Hilux 4x4 at Tamiya Japan (Japanese)