15 December 2020

【Updated on 1 April】Video Series ”Night at the Toyota Automobile Museum” Are Now on YouTube

Video series ”Night at the Toyota Automobile Museum” are now on our official YouTube.

#1 Atmosphere After Closing

Night at the Toyota Automobile Museum #1

Only footsteps are echoing in the museum after closing.

In this dark place, you’ll be engrossed by the appearances of vehicles, which are different from those in the daytime.

The four cars in the Toyota Automobile Museum’s collection will be explained by our deputy director.

    • Rolls-Royce  Silver Ghost (1910, U.K.)
    • Hispano-Suiza K6 (1935, France)
    • Minerva 30CV Type AC (1925, Belgium)
    • Duesenberg Model J (1929, U.S.A.)
#2 Shadows, Colors, and Silhouettes

Night at the Toyota Automobile Museum #2

These three vehicles have beautiful shadows, colors, and silhouettes, especially when they are lighted in the darkness.

    • Delage Type D8-120 (1939, France)
    • Mercedes-Benz 300SL Coupe (1955, Germany)
    • Toyota 2000GT Model MF10 (1967, Japan)

Please take a look at their elegant figures in the museum after closing, which are different from usual.

#3 Headlights

Night at the Toyota Automobile Museum #3

The final chapter of the Night at the Toyota Automobile Museum series features headlights.

We verified how the headlights had changed using vehicles in the dark.

Our curator explains the evolution of structure and performance, from LED lights to acetylene gas lamps to candles, as well as how different they look in dark nights.

    • Toyota Century Model UWG60 (2018, Japan), LED lights
    • Lexus LFA “Proto Type” (2010, Japan), HID lights
    • Nissan Skyline GT-R Model BNR32 (1989, Japan), Projector headlights
    • Toyota 2000GT “Bond Car” (1966, Japan), Sealed beam headlight
    • Ford Model T Coupe (1927, U.S.A), Electric headlamps
    • De Dion-Bouton 1 3/4HP Tricycle (1898, France), Acetylene gas lamps
    • Benz Velo (1894, Germany), Candles

Many other videos of exhibitions and events are available on our official YouTube.

Toyota Automobile Museum official YouTube

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