No car is safe from Liberty Walk’s world-famous widebody treatments.
The Japanese tuning company has developed widebody kits for just about every exotic or performance car under the sun, including the Nissan GT-R, McLaren 650S and Lamborghini Aventador. Their latest creation is a widebody version of the Lexus LC500, and while we’re typically fans of heavily tuned widebody cars, we actually think it looks pretty good.
The new Nissan Leaf Concept isn’t the only Nismo study that will be presented at the 2017 Tokyo Motor Show, as the automaker has applied similar treatment to their Serena minivan.
Said to enhance its performance "without sacrificing the base model's family-friendly, utilitarian nature", the MPV's exterior now reflects Nismo's performance oriented nature, thanks to its new bumpers, wheels, and red accents.
Toyota offers plenty of crossovers. But now it's making one of its lower-roofed models more rugged as well.
The model in question is the Auris Touring Sports, the extended wagon version of the model we know in America as the Corolla iM (and previously as the Scion iM). Toyota has sold more than one and a quarter million Auris models across Europe since the introduction of the first-generation model in 2006, with last year's record total exceeding 144,000 units.
A gathering of Japanese specialists is wanting to direct the world's first clinical operation including tissue designing in a treatment for ulcerative colitis, an unmanageable disease.
Ulcerative colitis is an ailment that causes aggravation in the coating of the internal organ. It is related with serious, intermittent stomach torment and looseness of the bowels. Patients with extreme manifestations normally should experience surgery to evacuate the extensive intestine.