The Toyota Vios is one of those cars you’ll see just about everywhere. It’s no wonder, because it’s economical, looks sleek, is reliable, and is quick enough to get you from point A to point B zipping through traffic. But with so many of them out there, one of the challenges owners face is finding their car in the parking lot. In fact, one of my nephews put a toy lobster on top of the rear speaker deck, visible from the back glass, just so they can identify their car.
Well, the Toyota Vios you see here was made so different from everyone else’s that it’s not only easily identifiable, it’s actually a neck-breaking headturner. You wouldn’t care what other people think. They’ll say you’ve sacrificed purpose and driveability by stancing-out the car? Well what if your purpose was to get from point A to point B in style? Who cares if you have to slow down on bad roads? And doesn’t the roof rack give it more purpose? Just check out the picnic kit! LOL! Gives you an idea how nature-loving and down-to-earth the owner is, especially with how “down to earth” the stance is, right?
They say some of the most important parts of the car are those you touch when you drive. Well here, it’s not only what you touch when you drive, but also what you see and interact with when you drive it. If it feels good to the touch, looks good to the eyes then driving the car will be much more pleasurable to the driver. I’m loving the color combo, with the touch of that Fusa and crystal shifter.
So what do you think? The Toyota Vios you see here was made so different from everyone else’s that it’s not only easily identifiable in a sea of similar cars, it’s actually a neck-breaking headturner. AGREE?
Photos as shot during the 2014 Car Mavens Auto Show.