Thursday, August 18, 2016

Mitsuoka stretched the Vellfire minivan as the Grand Limousine

No. This is not merely fiction, it exists in the real world now as Mitsuoka, noteworthy for the late and horrendous Orochi sportscar and their conversion of everyday cars into faux neo-classic cars like the Teana-based Galue and the Corolla-based Ryugi, goes unorthodox by stretching the Vellfire minivan into a limousine, something that gives anyone who owned any kind of minivan-based limousines, even the old Hyundai Grand Starex Limousine, some jitters.

Mitsuoka Vellfire Grand Limousine

Using the latest-generation Toyota Vellfire as its basis, this stretched van, called the Grand Limousine, will be available to the public starting the 22nd of August, costing 10.26 to 11.048 million Yen. It will make an appearance at the ENDEX 2016 at the Tokyo Big Sight on the 22nd to 24th of August.

Mitsuoka Vellfire Grand Limousine

Although, little is known about the Grand Limousine's interior, shown above, the Grand Limousine accommodates up to five passengers. It measures 6335mm of length, 1850mm of width, and 1930mm of height. Powering the Grand Limousine is the same Dual VVT-i 2.5L DOHC petrol engine which produces 180PS of power and 235Nm of torque, connected to a CVT. It can be offered in both front-wheel drive or four-wheel drive.


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