Toyota To Introduce An Off-Road, FJ-Inspired Concept Soon

Posted: Oct 19 2016, 11:38am CDT | by , in Cars & Vehicles

Toyota to Introduce an Off-Road, FJ-Inspired Concept Soon
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  • Toyota Might be Introducing an Off Road FJ- Inspired concept soon

Toyota Might be Introducing an Off Road FJ- Inspired concept soon

Toyota recently, more specifically, on October 10, 2016 filed for a new trademark. The trademark was named as “Toyota FT-4X”. Auto Guide had detected this trademark for the first time out of the pages.

We are hoping that this trademark might lead on towards an off-road concept truck or jeep by Toyota. It might be a successor to FJ Cruiser, according to AutoBlog.

We are opting towards an FT concept as we know that Toyota like this design a lot. They took direction from the same formulation when they planned the FT-86 and FT-1 concept.

If the new concept is an off-roader as we are predicting then it will be the first time that “FT” will be applied to anything other than a two door sports car.

The previous FT concepts really long to develop and it took ages for their production line to come as well. We are still waiting for a Supra which was hinted through an FT-1 concept a few years ago. So Toyota FT-4X might be something that might come along in a way as well.

However there might be a possibility to see this concept in flesh in a few months too. If we talk about a recent trademark registration. A trademark registration by the name of S-FR was made in May 2015. The astonishing thing is that this concept made its debut in Tokyo in October.

So this can also be an indication to a fact that the Toyota FT-4X might be unveiled in the coming few months too and we want have to wait too long for it. Let’s see what kind of vehicle will be given the tag Toyota FT-4X.

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