Tokyo motor show 2015:

Toyota lines up new sport and fuel cell concepts. Toyota S-FR sports car, FCV Plus and KIKAI will make their world debuts at Tokyo motor show 2015.
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Toyota S-FR. The design marries simplicity and compact design to bring human and machine closer together. An exceptionally lightweight body and a front engine/rear-wheel drive drivetrain contribute to responsive performance and direct handling, generating a real sense of connection between driver and car.

Heading up the vehicle lineup of debuts of Toyota at the 2015 auto show in Tokyo is the S-FR concept.The Toyota S-FR concept release date is expected

Toyota KIKAI. KIKAI makes the car’s mechanical parts something to be seen and admired, rather than concealing them from view. The vehicle’s inner workings have become part of the exterior in a design concept that breaks with convention.

Toyota’s Kikai concept car will be unveiled at the Tokyo motor show later this month, and aims to “emphasise the fundamental appeal of machines: their fine craftsmanship, their beauty, simplicity and their fascinating motion.

KIKAI makes the car’s mechanical parts something to be seen and admired, rather than concealing them from view. The vehicle’s inner workings have become part of the exterior in a design concept that breaks with convention.

Toyota S-FR sports car, FCV Plus and KIKAI will make their world debuts at Tokyo motor show

KIKAI makes the car’s mechanical parts something to be seen and admired, rather than concealing them from view. The vehicle’s inner workings have become part of the exterior in a design concept that breaks with convention.

Toyota's Kikai Concept Is An Amazing Mid/Rear-Engine Hot Rod Robot Car

KIKAI makes the car’s mechanical parts something to be seen and admired, rather than concealing them from view. The vehicle’s inner workings have become part of the exterior in a design concept that breaks with convention.

Toyota S-FR sports car, FCV Plus and KIKAI will make their world debuts at Tokyo motor show

The FCV Plus concept explores how the hydrogen fuel cell used to power a car can also be deployed to as an energy source for general use. As well as having its own hydrogen fuel tank, the FCV Plus can generate electricity from hydrogen stored outside the vehicle, so the car can be used to produce power in different locations – at home, at work, or further afield.

Toyota hydrogen fuel-cell vehicle FCV Plus fuel-cell concept car powered by four in-wheel electric motors and a fuel cell stack between the front wheels

The S-FR is a new concept that celebrates Toyota’s fine heritage of lightweight, fun-to-drive sports cars, a line that stretches back from today’s GT86 to the 2000GT and S800 of the 1960s.

pitched as an entry level model, the toyota s-fr concept emphasizes responsiveness and aims to make a whole new generation fall in love with driving.

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