Today we're excited to publish our final issue of 2017 and complete our 10th year of amazing Toyota adventure!The entire…Read More
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The Peruvian team was one of only 57 teams to finish this year's Dakar Rally, which took place in Argentina & Chile. The Dakar rally is known as one of the most difficult off road races in the world. Despite a relatively low budget, Fernando Ferrand del Busto and Fernando Ferrand Malatesta led their team to a 47th place finish while 75 other teams were not able to complete the race. Find the full story at LivingInPeru.com
It looks as though the FJ Cruiser will indeed live on, at least in the land down under.
An unconfirmed report from carsguide.com.au, the Toyota FJ Cruiser is indeed headed to Australia this fall. This article states that the FJ was previewed recently at a delear convention, but Toyota has not officially commented on the FJ in Australia. We're certainly excited that our Aussie friends will finally get a proper modern off road capable FJ, and hopefully this means a bright future for our favorite vehicle in North America as well.
Abdullah Bakhashab (KSA)/Joseph Matar (RL) are starting the 2010 Ha'Il Rally in 4th place in their FJ Cruiser. This event kicks off the 2010 FIA Baja Cup and we're hoping the high-starting FJ Cruiser team finishes well. The 1800km event officially starts today and will conclude on Thursday. We'll check back in when the results are announced.