Toyota Hiace Platinum Lounge-12

More funky fun from Toyota Auto Body, and this time it’s with the HiAce Platinum Lounge, which made its debut alongside the marine-inspired Alphard Hercule at the 44th edition of the Tokyo Motor Show.

The automaker says “this exclusive wagon will drive beautifully through the sophisticated night life, provide stylish transportation between parties in the city and allow the passengers to enjoy the luxury of maximum interior space.”

Four large face-to-face seats are the centrepiece of a luxurious interior space that’s generously equipped with plenty of mod cons. There’s a large TV screen for front facing passengers (and a smaller screen for the rear-facing ones) and a large dimmable ceiling lighting system, for starters.

Also to be found, a coffee maker, wine storage area and movable tables in the white-themed interior, and the Platinum Lounge has a tablet device that controls the operation of the sliding doors as well as the TV and audio system.

The HiAce Platinum Lounge, which measures in at 5,410 mm long, 1,920 mm wide and 2,285 mm tall, seats six. Fancy one then?