Toyota FT-4X Concept To Debut At New York International Auto Show 2017

Posted: Apr 1 2017, 5:57am CDT | by , in News | Cars & Vehicles

 
Toyota FT-4X Concept to Debut at New York International Auto Show 2017
Toyota will premiere its FT-4X Concept at 9:10 a.m. EDT, Wednesday, April 12, during the New York International Auto Show.
  • Toyota Teases FT-4X Off-Road Concept Ahead of its Debut at New York Auto Show 2017

Toyota to offer a new 4x4 concept at New York Auto Show. A new teaser of the FT-4X Off-Road concept was revealed.

It looks like Toyota is going to develop a new and impressive Off-road vehicle. The company just issued a new teaser image of its upcoming vehicle which is going to be an off-road vehicle. It is supposed to appear in the New York Auto Show that is going to happen in a few days.

The vehicle is named FT-4X Off-Road concept for now. It will cater the needs of the off road driving experience of many enthusiasts. Along with that it will also provide a new addition to the lineage of Toyota’s off-road vehicle line up.

The teaser that was revealed actually shows a huge and beautiful Good Year tire. So one can think that it is the teaser of a new and upcoming tire. However if you look closely you will be able to see that there is a lot more to it than that tire itself.

You can see a tri-tone wheel and a clack fender below the tire as well. These are clear indications of a new on-road vehicle as the tire itself is pretty huge too.

Along with that one can see a tiny piece of a sheet metal that can be seen at the side of the vehicle. It looks as if it has been pushed the rear in order to make corner free of any kind of overhang.

Other than this no other clue was present but obviously the teaser was paired with the name FT-4X Off-Road concept. This certainly make it a 4x4 off-road vehicle.

All wheel drive can be seen in a number of vehicles these days however this one seems to be an off-road 4x4 vehicle for sure. It will be revealed on 12th April in event.

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