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Hi Huneybees,

On 12th June 2015, Borneo Motors Singapore has unveiled the 3rd generation Toyota Alphard, together for the first time in Singapore, its twin brother - Toyota Vellfire in a huge hanger located in Seletar Aerospace View.

A choice between 2 brothers, the black or the white, which side are you one? Which side will you be standing on?

Toyota Alphard
Toyota Vellfire
These 2 twin brothers - Alphard and Vellfire are developed by Toyota to incorporate luxurious saloon space with sophisticated interiors, improved handling, stability for the most comfortable ride, whilst getting you from Point A to Point B.

Toyota Alphard Driver's Steering Wheel & Dashboard
Toyota Vellfire Driver's Steering Wheel & Dashboard
Established as Toyota's flagship Multi-Purpose Vehicle (MPVs), the twins are identical in all aspect underneath the metal chassis, with Toyota Alphard positioned as the elegance of the twins while Toyota Vellfire is designed with a sense of bold and edginess.

Toyota Alphard Driver's Space
Toyota Vellfire Driver's Space
Both equipped with the new 2.5L Dual VVT-i engine, you can get them in three variants: Alphard Standard, Alphard Elegance and Vellfire Elegance.

Toyota Alphard Passenger's Luxurious Power-Operated Leather Seats
Toyota Vellfire Passenger's Luxurious Power-Operated Leather Seat
Personally, my first impression of this 7-seater MPV twins is comfort. It is not just in terms of the interior space (good for long haul passenger ride to Malaysia, which I really like), but also the quality of the materials used / finishing for the interior cabin, such as the high-end trimmed leather seat that wraps and contours around my body comfortably, as though my very own Baymax. Hehehehe!.

Toyota Alphard Rear Passenger's Luxurious Power-Operated Leather Seat
Of cause, it helps with the fact that all seats are power-operated for ease-of-use (in the Elegance grades) and Tri-Zone Independent Automatic air conditioning system that allows the driver, front and rear passengers to have the privilege to control their preferred temperatures autonomously.

Toyota Ville Rear Passenger's Luxurious Power-Operated Leather Seat
If I would to choose between the twins, I would go for Toyota Alphard as it has that "Transformers" look over the "Bat mobile" that I find in Toyota Vellfire.

Toyota Alphard Rear View
Toyota Vellfire Rear View
Doesn't The Toyota Alphard Looks Like A Transformer In Disguise?
And the Toyota Vellfire Lookings Like A Bat Mobile?

So, which of the twins would you pick?
Are you a Toyota Alphard lover like me too?

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