Toyota debuted five concept vehicles at the 43rd Tokyo Motor Show and boy do we love ‘em!
Held at the Tokyo Big Sight in Koto Ward, Toyota revealed a concept version of the fuel cell vehicle scheduled for launch some time in 2015, as well as a next-generation taxi designed with usability and hospitality in mind. Toyota is getting fancy with it and also showed off a concept car that connects with its driver in an easy-to-use, intuitive technology.
The FCV concept is practical and meets the needs of a new ‘green’ society. Set to launch in 2015, the fuel cell, hydrogen-powered vehicle will have a driving range of at least 310 miles.
The FV2 is a concept vehicle unlike any other. Equipped to steer according to the driver’s motions, Toyota is looking toward the future of driving with its new designs.
If taxi-cabbing is the way you get around, Toyota wants to make your ride better and much more comfortable. The JPN Taxi concept car takes Japanese hospitality to a new level, giving passengers more desirable space while making it easier to get in and out of the car with large electrically operated doors. It’s open, roomy, and designed with the passenger in mind.
Voxy and Noah concept minivan concepts make it easier to families to save on gas and provide more space. These seven-seater vehicles are both spacious hybrids.
The FT-86 Open concept, based on the rear-wheel-drive “86”sports car, was created to explore future sports car variations. With an electrically operated soft top, the vehicle adds that “open-top thrill” to the joy of driving and sense of oneness with the vehicle offered by the hard-top 86.