Toyota has revealed its lineup of concepts set to be publicly introduced later this month at the 2013 Tokyo Motor Show in Japan.

Toyota has revealed its lineup of concepts set to be publicly introduced later this month at the 2013 Tokyo Motor Show in Japan.

The most important vehicle to be exhibited at Toyota's stand at Tokyo Motor Show will be the FCV concept but the Japanese marque will also showcase several other cars. One of these vehicles is the Aqua G Sports concept tuned by Gazoo Racing which will reach the JDM towards the end of the month.

There's also the already shown FT-86 Open concept, essentially a convertible version of the GT-86 Coupe featuring an electrically-operated soft top. The vehicle which will be showcased at Tokyo will have a new "flash red" exterior paint whereas the one presented earlier this year at Geneva had a white paint scheme.

Up next is the JPN TAXI concept envisioned as a next-gen taxi "created with Japanese hospitality in mind." It comes with large electrically-operated doors and a low, flat floor enabling an easy entrance and exit. Power comes from a new-gen liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) hybrid system optimized for low-emission taxi driving.

The Toyota i-Road concept was originally introduced in March at Geneva and will make a comeback later this month in Tokyo. Starting 2014, the vehicle will be used in verification tests within Tokyo's urban transportation system as well as in an urban EV car-sharing project in Grenoble, France.

Also in Tokyo there will be Toyota's Voxy and Noah concepts previewing next-gen minivans with a spacious cabin. The duo has been designed to work with a 2.0-liter gasoline engine but also in a 1.8-liter hybrid version. These two concepts will receive a production version programmed to hit Toyota showrooms at the beginning of 2014.

Lastly, the Fun Vehicle 2 (FV2) is a one-seater future vehicle expressing the firm's "Fun to Drive" philosophy. It doesn't come with a conventional steering wheel as the driver operates the concept by shifting his/her body "to intuitively move the vehicle forward and back, left and right."

Additional details about Toyota's concepts for Tokyo Motor Show can be accessed in the attached press release.

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Toyota presents several concepts for 2013 Tokyo Motor Show