Monday, August 9, 2010

New 2010 Toyota Mark-X Sedan Launched in Japan

The new redesigned Toyota Mark X has revealed in Japan. The 2010 Mark X is a mid-size sports sedan that shares the same rear-wheel drive platform with the Lexus GS and JDM Toyota Crown models.

2010 Toyota Mark-X img_10 | AutoWorld

The designers refreshed not only exterior with the newly styled front and rear tops, Toyota has also updated the interior with a revised instrument panel and center console. Toyota claims that shoulder portion of the door decrease for the front and rear seats has been pushed apparent by 25 mm (full for left and right), while the void between the front seats has been increased by 20 mm, resulting in a roomier interior.

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The new Mark X is offered in Japan with a superior of two engines, a 2.5-liter V6 that makes 203HP and 24.8 kgm of climax torque, and a 3.5-liter V6 with 318HP at 38.7 kgm. Both engines are coupled to a 6-speed automatic transmission. The model with 2.5 V6 engine can also be united with an all-wheel drive system.

Other highlights compose a new Radar Cruise Control system, equipped with a brake-curb purpose that can continue a preset expanse with a car in front, an Adaptive Front-lighting System and the Hill-open Help Control.

In Japan prices stretch from 2,380,000 yen for the necessary 250G with the 2.5 V6 and rear-wheel constrain to 3,800,000 yen for the top-spec 350S L-Package. Buyers can also opt for factory-customized versions of the Mark X.