Take a peak down within the nook of the passenger’s facet windshield, and you will find the phrases “Toyota Vans” with a bit of mountain scape sitting amidst a strip of black dots. In case you look nearer, you could discover one thing completely different in regards to the placement of those dots and random dashes in comparison with all of the others that run across the circumference of the windshield.
In case you had been within the navy, the Boy Scouts, or name newbie ham radios a passion, you would possibly acknowledge that these dots are literally Morse Code — a type of communication created within the 1830s and 40s. This “code” appointed dots and dashes to every letter of the alphabet so that folks may ship messages throughout huge distances through telegraph.
What you see on the Sequoia’s window is a visible illustration of these dots and dashes. The dots and dashes that come after “Toyota Vans” merely sufficient spell out the phrase “Vans.” Nonetheless, you is likely to be shocked that Toyota, or any automobile firm for that matter, has completely etched onto their truck a three-letter phrase that — if uttered as soon as upon a time, by chance or not — was sufficient to get a child’s mouth washed out with cleaning soap. That phrase is “Badass.”
So, when mixed, all the slogan could be learn as “Toyota Vans” are actually, “Badass Vans.” Nicely performed Toyota.