Picture of the Week – Toyota premieres five concepts at Japan Mobility Show

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During the Japan Mobility Show, Toyota displayed five additional concepts vehicles, illustrating the variety of mobility solutions for all. Those concepts are all electric, one being specially developed for use on the moon.

In addition, Toyota will showcase a new cockpit concept called “neo steering” based on motorcycle handlebars, integrating the functions of the accelerator and brake pedals into the steering wheel.

Among the debutants include:

  • Next-generation mid-size Pick-up truck concept, with a monocoque body delivering high durability to create a practical yet stylish BEV. At just over 5 meters long with a double cab design, the EPU’s monocoque structure also allows for a versatile deck space that caters to a broader range of user applications.
  • The rear of the cabin links boldly with the deck to accommodate diverse user preferences, supporting a wide range of mobility lifestyles, including outdoor activities.
  • BEV quietness is accompanied by packaging with a low centre of gravity for superior handling stability and ride comfort.
Main specifications
Length (mm) / Width (mm) / Height (mm) 5,070 / 1,910 / 1,710
Wheelbase (mm) 3,350

 

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  • Offers the high-torque driving performance unique to BEVs, together with an elegant, stylish design. Toyota further broadens the Land Cruiser brand’s appeal with a three-row SUV that caters to the world’s diverse needs.
  • BEV quietness helps create a comfortable cabin space when driving in urban areas and other on-road situations.
  • A monocoque body also offers highly responsive handling and confidence in tackling rough terrain.

Main specifications

Length (mm) / Width (mm) / Height (mm) 5,150 / 1,990 / 1,705
Wheelbase (mm) 3,050
Passenger capacity 7