Toyota’s most luxury model, Century.
This targets Japanese government and municipal offices, companies and wealthy people, so the price is high like 12.08 million yen. (Lexus LS600hL is 15.5 million yen)
Century is named from that the year the first Century was released was 1967, it was Meiji 100. Also, it was the 100th anniversary of Toyota’s pioneer, Mr. Sakichi Toyota. In 45 years after it’s birth, full model change was done only once, and even miner change was done for the first model.
The very special model, Toyota Century, which is the base of the Emperor and Empress’s cars. How do foreigners react to this?
Cool. Where do I need to go buy this outside of Japan? +5
This car is handmade and with Japanese quality! +3
I think we need a driver when we go to the city with this car!
Toyota Century in this video would be VIP car… Banzai!!
I saw Century in Osaka today. It fits to Japanese cities. Well, one of them looks a person in the scary field, though.. w +3
This is the luxury car. It’s better than Lincoln, Cadillac and Audi! +15
Toyota…. I think this is the world’s best car maker so far! +4
I think this is the best cars among cars which are sold now.
It has such a strong impact….
I thought that normal people cannot take this car. It’s for loyal family….
It’s kind of status different from normal cars anyone can buy.
No. It’s not. Anybody can buy this one.
It’s too scraggy. I don’t wanna buy with that price. I would buy Mercedes, BMW or Audi with that price…
I think it doesn’t look good.
I think it’s like imperious Lexus LS basically. I would buy this one if it’s released in US. +3
Century is one of the best cars ever! Thank you for posting! +4
This car is too old-fashioned!!
Century might symbolize the traditional Japan. That’s why its target is only for people who lived in that period. This exists as the car remembering that period!
Who might think this is the ongoing car? This has the design of 20 years ago. I guess the maker hopes this would beyond time!
What I can say now is… It serves you right, Bentley and other makers! This is the real car. I really want one. It’s the car for loyal family…
Compared to this, Mercedes S class or Lexus LS look like toys…
Even that Maybach cannot compare with this one.
Toyota did the great job. This is the world’s best car! +7
It’s amazing video and amazing car.
I think this is “craftsmanship”. Well, still I prefer Mercedes S class and Lexus LS, though…. +5
This luxury car has more smooth and comfortable drive than any other European cars… +7
It’s bigger than Mercedes S class, Lexus LS, A8, right? And better.
If the body would be bigger, it might be great! :) +4
Century is the best car ever. It’s the dream car. I love this! +4
I’ve thought Japanese create the better car than Europeans. Japanese are proud of great fame on their attraction and dignity, right?
We could see “Beauty of omission” in their houses or novels. I never feel cheapness nor vulgar feeling. +8
I thought Frank Lloyd Wright would love this. Living in the house Wright constructed and driving Century. Is there anything more than this in this world? +3
This is full of typical Japanese spirit!!
This is the style of classic luxury car. Rolls-Royce and Maybach should refer this.
Interestingly, Toyota success to realize the matter Rolls-Royce have tried and failed….
I mean, producing the ideal classic luxury car…
I think they need model change…
I think Mercedes needs to learn and steal from this car. Especially, Toyota’s style and quality! +5
Why doesn’t Toyota export Century? If they sell this in Hong Kong, China, Europe and US, they could expand their share…
I feel this is the car for loyal family!!!
I guess this is the most reliable luxury car.
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