Toyota previews concepts ahead of Geneva Show

Concept Cars 5 Feb 2013
Toyota previews concepts ahead of Geneva Show

Toyota has revealed the first images of the FT-86 Open Concept and the i-ROAD, set to debut at the upcoming 2013 Geneva Motor Show.


The FT-86 Open concept is a preview of a possible future variant of the GT86, and aims at gauging potential customers’ reaction.

Toyota FT-86 Open Concept - Design Sketch

The Toyota i-ROAD is a compact, fun and emissions-free personal mobility concept capable of transporting two people in a tandem seating layout.

Toyota i-ROAD Concept

The two concept cars will be on display along the 4th-generation RAV4 (European debut) and the new Auris Touring Sports midsize estate (world premiere).

Toyota RAV4 Toyota Auris Touring Sports

(Source: Toyota)

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