Toyota Kikai, S-FR And FCV Plus Concept Cars Will Blow Minds At Tokyo Motor Show 2015

Posted: Oct 8 2015, 5:38am CDT | by , Updated: Oct 8 2015, 10:19pm CDT, in News | Cars & Vehicles


Toyota Kikai,  S-FR and FCV Plus Concept Cars will Blow Minds

Toyota will show off three mind-blowing concept cars at the Tokyo Motor Show 2015.

What is this? That will be the first question of attendees of the Tokyo Motor Show 2015 when they encounter the Toyota Kikai concept car for the first time. The Kikai is supposed to expose the beauty of machinery. The result is a weird retro style car with cartoonish looks. 

The Toyota S-FR is more like it. The Toyota S-FR is a concept vehicle that continues the proud heritage of Toyota's fun-to-drive lightweight sports cars. Pitched as an entry-level model, the new concept emphasizes responsiveness, and aims to make a whole new generation fall in love with driving.

Toyota S-FR

The Toyota FCV Plus is a hydrogen powered vehicle. In addition to the vehicle's own hydrogen tank, the car can also generate electricity directly from hydrogen stored outside the vehicle. The vehicle can thus be transformed into a stable source of electric power for use at home or away.

FCV Plus

Toyota has not revealed any future plans for the three new concept cars. The Toyota S-FR appears to be ready to go into production. We are hearing that the Toyota S-FR will go on sale in 2017. The other two concepts are really just show casing Toyota's creativity. 

The 2015 Tokyo Motor Show will be held at Tokyo Big Sight from October 28 through November 8, with press days on October 28―29, a preview day on October 30, and public days from October 30 through November 8.

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