Car brochures today have all sort of covergently-evolved into a certain bland sort of slickness. Sure, there's some minor typographic differences and photography, but one's pretty much like the other. But this wasn't always the case. Back in the day, if you weren't selling something fast or sleek, you had to find other ways to make it appealing. Like using illustrations and weapons-grade charmonium, as seen in this brochure for Honda's tiny pickup, the T360.
Since little Kei-car pickups have been on my mind lately, I thought this would be a good time to share this old brochure. Not being able to read Japanese, I'm a bit baffled by a lot of what's going on here. Like this scene: