Toyota S-FR Becomes a Lean, Mean Racing Machine for Tokyo Auto Salon 2016

December 16th, 2015 | 0 Comments | News

Toyota City, Japan, December 3, 2015-With its sporty design, yet simple, Toyota S-FR turned heads when it made its premiere global at the Tokyo Motor Show in October. Now, Toyota GAZOO Racing plans to reimagine the concept as a track-ready race car at the Tokyo Auto Salon 2016, customized car exhibition running from January 15 to 17. Next to the new Toyota S-FR concept, Toyota will be exhibiting two new small souped-up: the Voxy G Concept and the Concept of Noah G.

Toyota S-FR Racing Concept

With wide fenders flared, eye-catching hood vents, and the use of carbon fiber reinforced plastic canards and front / rear spoilers, this concept represents Toyota’s view of the S-FR as a vehicle to work with the child of the racing circuit. Although the model displayed at the Tokyo Motor Show had a simple, familiar styling, the Toyota S-FR Racing Concept aims for a more aggressive look.

Voxy G Concept and the Concept of Noah G

The Voxy G Concept and the Concept of Noah G continue to highlight the proposal Toyota to offer small to feel sportier, more recently demonstrated in Japan only makes the campaign in July 2015. Both concepts offer a refined ride and emphasize driving enjoyment and comfort, while stepping well outside the comfort zone of the truck’s part. Sporty, their exteriors individualistic and Interiors aims to improve the driving experience.

In addition to the S-FR Racing Concept and the small G, Toyota will also be a display of cars that have participated in the 24 Hours Nürburgring endurance race since 2007, and the cars that took part in the FIA World Endurance Championship and the all-Japan Rally Championship in 2015 .

Toyota S-FR Racing Concept

Toyota S-FR Racing Concept

Toyota sees the Tokyo Auto Salon as a good opportunity to promote the car culture, and to drive the fans in order to avoid their response to ever-better products. The event will be held at Makuhari Messe, Chiba, and industry and press day on January 15, followed by the public days on January 16 and 17.

 

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