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Some of the Toyota concepts presented at the Tokyo Motor Show

Published on October 31 2017

The auto show season was officially launched in September with the Frankfurt Motor Show and last week, it was time for the Tokyo Motor Show to open its doors. Presented every two years, the Tokyo Auto Show is the place to go to see spectacular concepts and futuristic vehicles that seem straight out of a sci-fi movie.

Japanese automaker Toyota was very busy this year at the Tokyo Motor Show as it presented a variety of concepts that address different needs and buyers. It would be impossible to go through everything that Toyota presented this year in Tokyo in one article, so we will focus on the most interesting models.

Toyota TJ Cruiser

The Toyota FJ Cruiser has been off the market for a few years now, but fans of Toyota's rugged SUV are still begging for a new generation. With the TJ Cruiser, their wishes have not necessarily been granted, but we are not too far off.

The TJ Cruiser is the perfect marriage between a minivan and a sport utility vehicle. Powered by a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine paired with an electric motor, it offers all-wheel drive and, above all, a trunk that can hold just about anything. Lower the seats, and you get a virtually flat floor that is able to accommodate objects of all sizes.

Toyota Fine-Comfort Ride

The Toyota Fine-Comfort Ride is probably the most unique model unveiled by Toyota in Tokyo. It is a vehicle powered by a fuel cell engine that can travel up to 1,000 kilometers with a single tank of hydrogen that takes about the same time to fill as a full tank of gas.

That said, the most impressive element of the Fine-Comfort Ride is not its engine, but rather its cabin. Indeed, it offers a diamond configuration that offers even more space, especially for passengers in the second row. In addition, the passenger seats are modular and can also rotate.


The Toyota GR HV SPORTS is a two-seater sports car concept. Quickly, we see the resemblance with the Toyota 86 and many believe it could be the next generation of Toyota’s sport coupe. Toyota did not want to confirm, but the Japanese manufacturer did confirm that the GR HV SPORTS is powered by a hybrid engine.

To learn more about Toyota's new line of vehicles, contact us today at Kingston Toyota!

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