TOYOTA FJ 45 FILE :
Seeing its history, the Toyota Land Cruiser was first born in Japan in 1951. The United States ordered this car directly from Toyota and changed its name to the Jeep BJ. As it will be used for vehicles in warfare, the Toyota test driver Ichiro Taira drove this BJ Jeep prototype to the sixth level of Mount Fuji, and became the first car to make it to this level. Only in 1954, the name Land Cruiser began to be officially introduced by Toyota and immediately had a competitor in England with the name Land Rover. Both of them continue to compete with jeep products to date. Along with development, the Toyota Land Cruiser also has a twin, the Lexus LX since 1996. Well, the Toyota Land Cruiser FJ40 series itself was launched in 1960 and paved until 1984 before being replaced by the next generation. In the Toyota design language code, this car is coded J. Code FJ40 means this car is a Toyota J series (Land Cruiser) with a 4th generation F series engine with a body model of 0. Rhino torque Mostly, the Toyota FJ40 in Indonesia uses an in-line 6-cylinder F OHV series engine with a capacity of 3,878 cc. In 1975 Toyota replaced its F engine with a 2F which was still 6-cylinder OHV petrol in line with an engine capacity of 4,230 cc. Both use gasoline. The transmission used is a 4-speed manual with a 4 × 4 part time system (choice of 4-wheel drive manually). This ferocious engine produces a maximum power of up to 93 horsepower, no wonder this car can even be driven up to 140 kilometers per hour. Because of its strength, many film crews or production houses use the Toyota FJ40 to pull the generator. There are almost no advanced features installed on the Toyota FJ40. All features are still completely manual without any electrical equipment which is potentially troublesome if this car is being invited to explore the forest, off-road, or even stuck in mud. With high ground clearance. In addition, the position of the electrical device is at the top. The advantage of the Toyota FJ40 is its durability, both the engine and the legs are rarely complained of being damaged easily. The Toyota FJ40 also has a muscular, macho, and fierce look, so it can boost the confidence of those in its cabin.