The 2018 Future Toyota Adventure Concept has just been announced with this enigmatic teaser image. This is the third concept of its kind, meaning that it is third utility vehicle concept to come from Toyota’s workshop this year alone. But, the FT-AC might just be the brawniest one from the bunch and hopefully its third time’s the charm in the sense that finally Toyota gathers enough courage to actually build it.
Only details we have regarding this new 2018 Future Toyota Adventure Concept is what we can see in the aforementioned teaser image. So, get ready for an abundance of headlights. Toyota designers manage to incorporate LED lights into every spare inch of the new vehicle, even on the roof. Another design aspect of the new model that is apparent from the teaser shot are the protuberant wheel arches that seem to dramatically scoop upwards.
Given the angle in which the vehicle is shown it is hard to tell just what kind of a vehicle the 2018 Future Toyota Adventure Concept is. It might be a crossover or an SUV, or it might even be a pickup truck. The word on the street is that Toyota has the US market specifically in mind for this new concept, which implies a large vehicle and not one of those popular small-sized crossovers. But luckily we won’t have to wait much longer to find out, since this new concept is getting ready to make its first official debut in just a matter of weeks.
2018 Future Toyota Adventure Concept Release Date and Price
Toyota is planning on revealing the 2018 Future Toyota Adventure Concept at this month’s 2017 L.A. Auto Show. The big showcase is scheduled for the 30th of November. That is where we will hopefully find out more details about this concepts future and if Toyota will be brave enough to venture off into new realms and dispel the notion that they are boring automakers.
The Future Toyota Adventure Concept or as it was previously known as, the Toyota FT-AC Concept, has just been unveiled at the 2017 Los Angeles Auto Show. And as expected Toyota applied all their familiar design language to a rugged, off-road-capable sports utility vehicle with some cool high-tech features like the removable infrared cameras, bicycle attachable lights and, of course, wi-fi connectivity. This new concept is Toyota’s take on high-tech SUV and a little look at what we can expect from them in the future. Take a look at the official images of the new Adventure Concept below:
image credit: autocar.co.uk