Import Fair took place almost exactly a week ago here in Toronto, marking the first indoor show I’ve attended since the pandemic began in 2019.
To say the show was busy would be a gross understatement. It was absolutely packed up.
In the sea of people and cars, one appeared quite familiar.
Sitting in the Prazis air suspension the overhead cabin was a notable previous feature car, an Infinity M45 equipped Junction Produce.
The years go by fast and honestly, it’s probably been at least eight years since I last saw this fine example of a VIP car. During this time, it changed hands twice quite discreetly.
It’s back on the show circuit today only for Michael Cataluna who has taken over the torch for Prazis Air here in Ontario.
Prazis is a new airline company in Canada, and on the back of the Infiniti was their P4-GS digital management system.
Like most modern digital management systems, this one includes presets, wired control, and wireless control.
The “P” in the P4 stands for piano. Although it is a digital display, it works rather uniquely, showcasing the operation of the valves just above the manifold.
Over the years I’ve become a bit of an air suspension tech nerd, so it’s always cool to see what new companies bring to the table. From a wow factor standpoint, this manifold certainly stands out.
As for Import Expo, there will be a bit more of that show coming this week as I review some additional photos. I am thrilled that the events are finally back in Ontario!