The Luxury JDM Legend Toyota Employees Have To Work Years Before They Can Touch

Non-motoring enthusiasts will be unfamiliar with the Toyota Century model. Moreover, this particular luxury sedan was never developed for export outside Japan.

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Built in 1967, century has been Toyota's company flagship and Japan's official state car, positioned at the top of Toyota's hierarchy of luxury vehicles, above the Lexus.

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In Japan, the century's position is comparable to that of Rolls-Royce and Mercedes-Maybach. Indeed, the exemplary craftsmanship and high standards of producing such a car are at another level.

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In addition, employees must gain many years of experience in the Toyota company before working on the car. Although efficient and high-quality production methods have always been

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The ultra-luxury limousine returned twenty years later in 2018 with the third installment of the century. Keeping in view the tradition and cultural heritage

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The present iteration embodies the same principles of providing exquisite luxury and comfort while achieving some modern upgrades. Toyota limits century production to 50 cars per month.

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These luxury cars were never intended to be sold out of Japan, but have managed to find their way to the US and other parts of the world, thanks to some eager importers.

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