Toyota’s G13 coolants get the new “Coolant Bubbling” treatment
G13 Coolant Bubbles are coolant reservoir tanks used to cool coolant in hot and cold applications.
Toyota said the new coolant bubbly treatment will be on all G13 models and will be installed on the G13 GT-R.
The coolant will be in the cooler compartment of the coolant tank.
The new G13 tanks will be used in hot or cold applications and the new tanks will allow for cooler temperatures for the coolants in those applications, Toyota said.
The G13 has been in production since last year and is the first model to be equipped with the new Coolant BUBBLE treatment.
The cooler cooling system will be equipped on the base model of the GX-1, GX2, GXT, GZ, and GZR.
The coolant bubbles are designed to help cool the hot engine compartment and prevent overheating, according to Toyota.
The tanks are made of stainless steel, and the coolenant is injected into the tank with a coolant cartridge and injected into a small vent in the top of the tank, Toyota says.
The new coolants are designed for a longer life and will have an improved water-holding capacity, according the company.