Showing posts in the category of Toyota Concepts

Toyota Goes Nuts with SEMA Show Concepts


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The SEMA Show has always been a handful and this year's edition is no exception, with Toyota announcing a raft of tuning projects for November's Las Vegas event.

Toyota C-HR is Akio Toyoda's Vision of an Emotional CUV [New Photos & Video]


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Toyota has released more photos and information about the C-HR Concept, a study that previews a future C-segment crossover from the Japanese brand.

Toyota C-HR Concept Previews New CUV and Styling Language


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After the first photos of the C-HR Concept appeared online over the weekend, Toyota released preliminary details about the small SUV concept that will debut at the Paris Auto Show.

This is Toyota's C-HR Sporty Compact Crossover Concept


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Toyota's all-new C-HR Concept has come out of the digital shadows showing itself ahead of its first public outing at next month's 2014 Paris auto show.

New Toyota C-HR Compact Crossover Concept Teased


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Toyota has issued this teaser photo of a new concept previewing an upcoming compact crossover model, destined for a debut at the 2014 Paris motor show.

Toyota Unveils Clever Urban Utility Concept in San Francisco


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Toyota today revealed the Urban Utility (or U2) concept vehicle with a customizable interior at a private panel discussion hosted by Make: magazine in San Francisco.

Toyota Unveils Updated Real-World FT-1 Concept and Virtual Race Version [w/Videos]


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Toyota will debut an updated version of its extreme FT-1 Concept featuring an all-new interior and a fresh exterior color at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance. The study features a graphite exterior paint and light, saddle-colored leather interior.

New Toyota FT-1 Vision GT Concept Gets its 30 Seconds of Teaser Fame


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You can already get behind the wheel of the regular Toyota FT-1 Concept in GT6, but there's another special version coming named the FT-1 Vision GT Concept.

Toyota Reaches Out to Kids of All Ages Again with Camatte Sport LED Concept


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Originally displayed at the 2012 International Tokyo Toy Show with an updated version exhibited at the same event last year, the Toyota Camatte is described as a "customizable, sporty, family-oriented concept" that was designed "for all ages to drive and enjoy".

Future Cars: Toyota’s 2015 Hilux Compact Pickup Emerges Into The Global Arena


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In the world of Pickup Trucks, the segment is generally associated with hard-working drivers, utilising their trucks for all manner of uses. Of course, the three rigs that usually come to mind (at least in America) are the F-150, Ram and Silverado.

Spectacular Toyota FT-1 Concept Visits Jay Leno’s Garage


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For all we know, the Toyota FT-1 Concept will remain just a stunning design exercise. Officially designed for the Gran Turismo 6 video game by Toyota’s Calty Design Research in California, the FT-1 Concept builds upon “a rich sports coupe heritage dating back to the 2000GT, Celica, Supra, MR2 and most recently Scion FR-S,” according to Toyota.

Toyota Begins Public Trials of the i-Road in Japan, will Bring it to France Later this Year


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About a year after the world debut at the Geneva Auto Show in concept form, the first Toyota i-Road electric vehicles have been let loose on public roads in Japan at an event marking their introduction into “Ha:mo”, Toyota’s optimized urban transport system.

Toyota Boss Says FT-1 Could Spearhead New Range of Driver Cars but Not a Faster GT86


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Akio Toyoda, the current president and CEO of Toyota Motor Corporation and a descendant of the founder of the company, Sakichi Toyoda, seems like the kind of guy you'd want to hang out with and play a round of Gran Turismo or just hop into your car and hit the track for a quick race.

Toyota FT-1 Concept Test Drive Around Streets of Willow in GT6


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The FT-1 Concept received a lot of attention when it was first unveiled in Detroit, and immediately sparked speculations that it was a preview of Toyota’s much talked-about Supra revival.

What Would You Say to a BMW 4-Series Compact and a Toyota GT 86 / Scion FR-S Shooting Brake?


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Here are two somewhat related design proposals, in the sense that they're both three-door versions of existing, rear-wheel drive coupes.

Beginning alphabetically with the BMW, design X-Tomi envisioned a remake of the 3-Series Compact model based on the latest 4-Series Coupe.

Detroit Show Toyota FT-1 and Lexus RC F Receive the Convertible Treatment


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Leave it to the internet to swiftly take action and present new iterations of cars that were introduced less than 48 hours ago. Case in point, these digital renders of the 2014 Detroit motor show's Toyota FT-1 Concept and Lexus RC F production coupe, both of which were re-imagined as convertibles by Hungarian designer X-Tomi.

You Can Now Drive the Toyota FT-1 Concept…in GT6 [w/Videos]


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On the same day that it was making its debut at the North American International Auto Show, the Toyota FT-1 Concept was also going up for download as part of a DLC (downloadable content) for the PlayStation 3 (PS3) title Gran Turismo 6 (GT6).

Toyota Shows GRMN and G Sports Concepts at 2014 Tokyo Auto Salon


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The tuning-oriented Tokyo Auto Salon 2014 hosted a series of Toyota concept cars over the weekend at Makuhari Messe in Chiba City, with Japan’s largest carmaker bringing no fewer than 34 vehicles at the show.

Toyota's FT-1 Sports Coupe Concept Revealed, Do You Want it to be the Next Supra? [82 Photos]


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Toyota managed to keep the FT-1 a secret until its world premiere today at the Detroit auto show. The brand's Calty Design Research in California devised the front-engine, rear-wheel drive study, originally for the PlayStation Gran Turismo game, with the name standing for “Future Toyota,” and the number “1” for ultimate – always according to the automaker.

Toyota Bringing FCV Hydrogen Fuel Cell Electric Car to Market in 2015 with a 300-Mile Range


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Toyota is displaying its FCV concept car along with a camouflaged engineering prototype at the 2014 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

The Japanese automaker says it will launch the car on the U.S. market in 2015 at a “reasonable” but unspecified price with a targeted 300-mile (483-km) range. Furthermore, filling-up the car will take between 3 and 5 minutes.