Toyota reveals new concept cars for Tokyo Motor Show

Toyota has unveiled their concept line-up for this month’s Tokyo Motor Show.

Five of these show cars are new making their world premiere in Tokyo, while the i-Road and FT-86 Open Concept are already familiar to us, though Toyota calls the FT-86 Open Concept for some reason a world premiere. Probably because of the new paint job.

Five new vehicles are:
1. Toyota FCV (Fuel Cell Vehicle) Concept: Next-generation fuel-cell vehicle
2. Toyota FV2 (Fun Vehicle 2): Future car that connects with drivers
3. JPN TAXI Concept: Next-generation taxi
4. Voxy and Noah Concepts: Next-generation spacious minivans
5. Aqua G Sports: Compact hybrid sports car

The Aqua G Sports concept, based on the Prius C, will be launched in the Japanese market later this month and the i-Road electric has also been confirmed for production.

The future of open top GT86 is still uncertain and Toyota has not confirmed or denied actual production plans.

For full details see the press release below.

PRESS RELEASE (click to expand)


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