Toyota has unveiled four new vehicles, about of their debuts later this month.
Toyota has announced plans to introduce a "compact rear-wheel-drive sports vehicle" at the Tokyo Motor Show.
Better known as the FT-86, the coupe is expected to weigh 1,210 kg (2,668 lbs) and feature a 2.0-liter boxer engine with 200 PS (147 kW / 197 hp) and 205 Nm (151 lb-ft) of torque.
Toyota will also introduce the FCV-R concept. Billed as a practical fuel-cell vehicle (FCV), the prototype seats four and has a 70 MPa hydrogen tank which enables the car to travel approximately 700 km (435 miles) on a single fill up.
If that sounds a little too futuristic, there will also be the FT-EV III. Best described as an iQ EV with a custom paint job, the FT-EV III can travel up to 105 km (65 miles) on a single charge.
Next up, there's the Fun-Vii concept which "heralds a future where people, cars and society are linked." Little else is known about it, but car's exterior color can apparently be changed by a smartphone.
Lastly, the Aqua (aka Prius c) is a production vehicle that will be offered internationally. Set to be launched in December, the hybrid hatchback has a 1.5-liter engine and an small electric motor. It promises to offer "outstanding handling" and a fuel economy rating of 82.3 mpg US (2.9 L/100 km / 99.9 mpg UK) in the JC08 test cycle.
Check out the press release for additional information