Experience the Supra: Staying at This Hotel!

Introducing: Next-Gen Fiat Panda EV.

The Fuji Speedway provides numerous opportunities for potential customers to try out a variety of Toyota Supra vehicles, while Fiat has announced they will be selling two distinct Panda variants side-by-side.

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Spend the evening at the prestigious Fuji Speedway accommodation and drive away in the Toyota Supra of your dreams. Enjoy an exclusive selection of the most sought-after models available, all yours for a once-in-a-lifetime experience. With its thrilling track as a backdrop, create a memorable moment that will linger with you long after your stay. For those seeking adrenaline-fuelled fun, speed around the famed circuit–or take a leisurely tour and soak up the splendour of the area’s breathtaking sights. Whether you’re after a hint of luxury or utter exhilaration, the Fuji Speedway Hotel guarantees a remarkable stay.

Toyota has recently partnered up with the Fuji Speedway Hotel to make it possible for people to experience driving a Supra when they stay as guests. Even though the hotel is next to the well-known circuit, it unfortunately isn’t an opportunity for anyone to get behind the wheel of a Supra on the track. This offer is valid from 15th January until end of June 2021 and customers can take advantage of it if they book a suite or villa.

You have the opportunity to choose between a 2020 Supra, modified and enhanced by TOM’s, with an automatic transmission, or the 2022 version that is equipped with a manual. Drivers who solely possess an AT license will not be permitted to maneuvre the sporty coupe with a clutch shift. The test-drives are supplied on a first-come, first-served basis, with five pre-planned one hour makings daily.

An even grander test drive event, called the “Supra Winter Festival,” will be taking place on January 21-22. This event will feature not only a couple of cars from the current A90 generation, but also several classic models, including an 1985 Celica XX 2000GT, a 1992 Supra 2.5GT Twin Turbo Aerotop, and an A80 Supra. Those attending the event will have the opportunity to take these vehicles for a spin on the public roads around the Fuji Speedway Hotel for a half an hour.

The maturing Fiat Panda is staying around, along with a newer-version model. The lovable Italian city car, which has been produced for more than 30 years, will be kept in the company lineup even though they are introducing a subsequent generation iteration of the vehicle. This alternate version will have changes to the body style as well as modern safety, convenience, and entertainment updates. The iconic original Fiat Panda, however, will still remain a favourite amongst drivers due to its affordable price, simple maintenance, and pleasant design.

Introduced in 2011, the latest edition of the Panda is one of the longest-lived motor vehicles available for sale in Europe. Reports from Stellantis suggest that Fiat plans to offer the car until at least 2026, unless regulations for Euro 7 emissions are postponed. Additionally, a limited edition called “Pandina” (tiny Panda) is rumored to be in the works.

The present Panda is set to live in harmony with the new edition set to be released next summertime. It speculations speculate this bigger vehicle to be called the New Panda, perhaps featuring mild hybrid and electric power options. Production is anticipated to take place in Kragujevac, Serbia, as opposed to Pomigliano d’Arco of Italy where the current model is manufactured.

The recently unveiled Panda model will feature the same Smart Car base as Citroën’s ë-C3. This French minicar costs €23,300 for the electric variant and promises up to 320 km of range. Even more economic option with under €20,000 price tag and 200 km drive between recharges is scheduled for launch in the beginning of 2025.

Sources: Fuji Speedway Hotel, Automotive News Europe

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