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Gundam Zeonic Toyota Auris

Date: 2015 October 2nd Friday [17:00] | Posted By: Joe

Gundam fans who have got it all will be interested in this latest cross over. Bandai Namco have teamed up with Toyota to produce a special Zeonic Toyota Auris. The car is available in forms the racy red MS-185H-CA02, which matches Char Aznable's own mech paint scheme, they also have a "PROCUCTION MODEL" that matches the classic Zaku green colour scheme.

This is a simple colour and transfer release, the cars actually have custom detailing including mech like fins on the rear, special front and rear bumpers, new mech-like wheel arches and air intakes too. It even includes red alloy wheels, along with Zeonic Toyota branded sport seats, gear stick. There's a ton of extras included too, such as the sat-nav using the Gundam voice actors Shuuichi Ikeda and Keiko Han.

The car retails around 2,900,000 to 3,700,000 JPY (which is about 15,900 to 20,300 GBP or 24,150 to 30,800 USD), depending on which options you get for it. You can read more details about this Auris on the Toyota Japan website.

You can also watch various promotional videos on YouTube.

As cars sold in Japan are right hand drive, we're wondering if any British Gundam fans would import this car?
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Below are some sample images of the car in question.
Zeonic Toyota Auris
Zeonic Toyota Auris
Zeonic Toyota Auris
Zeonic Toyota Auris
Zeonic Toyota Auris
Zeonic Toyota Auris
Zeonic Toyota Auris

It certainly does have that mecha styling.

Source: Toyota UK Blog

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