Toyota's Refreshed Sai Is A Lexus Hs By Any Other Name

Toyota Fashions 2014 Sai Facelift After the Camry and CorollaToyota Motor Corporation (TMC) announces the launch in Japan of the partially redesigned "Sai" hybrid sedan. Sales began today through Toyota dealerships across Japan.

The Sai was first launched in 2009, with the name and concept taken from two different Chinese written characters (both pronounced "sai") meaning talent and coloration.

Denso New Millimeter-wave Radar Allows Vehicles To Respond More Quickly To Other Vehicles That Might Unexpectedly Pull In Front

Denso new millimeter-wave radar allows vehicles to respond more quickly to other vehicles that might unexpectedly pull in frontDENSO Corporation has developed a new and higher-performing millimeter-wave radar that has a longer and wider detection range, which helps improve the responsiveness of an active safety technology, such as Pre-crash Safety (PCS) and Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) systems. DENSO's new multi-zone radar is significantly lower in cost due to an improved material selection and also is the comparable size as the company's previous model. The new millimeter-wave radar system is available as a factory option on the Mazda6, which launched in North America, Japan, Europe and other regions this past fall.

The Other Side Of Beauty: Ugly Festival To Open In Osaka

The other side of beauty: Ugly Festival to open in OsakaSometimes, in order to appreciate the beauty of something, you have to tear it apart.

At least that's the message the art event "Busaiku 100-nin Matsuri," or "festival of 100 ugly people," attempts to convey.

The event is set to take place on May 26 in Osaka's Naniwa Ward, as part of the 100th anniversary of the creation of the Shinsekai neighborhood and the construction of the area's trademark, the Tsutenkaku Tower.

Fuji Tv 'idoling' And Other Shows Available On Youtube

Fuji TV 'Idoling' and other shows available on YouTubeFuji TV announced its plans to begin uploading several of its shows to its official channels on video site YouTube, allowing users to watch for free. According to the announcement, the network aims to spread its contents globally and to attract new viewers, while also increasing its online advertising revenue.