There will be a world premiere of the Toyota i-Road concept at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show – along with the world premiere of FT-86 Open concept. There will also be the first appearance of the production-ready Auris Touring Sports, and the first European motor show appearance of the new RAV4.
The Toyota i-Road has been conceived as a compact, fun and emissions-free personal mobility concept, designed to offer quick and efficient urban transport for two people.
The Toyota FT-86 Open concept previews a possible future development of the award-winning GT86 sports coupe . The show car will help Toyota gauge public reaction to the idea, at the same time as it carries out engineering tests on a prototype.
Toyota will unveil the production-ready Auris Touring Sports at Geneva, having previewed the estate version of its Auris model at the Paris motor show last year. It will publish full specifications, dimensions and performance data for the new, British-built model, which will go on sale later this year.
Toyota intends the Auris Touring Sports to become a new reference point in the market for medium-size estate cars, supported by its strong, contemporary styling, excellent luggage capacity and unique-in-segment full hybrid powertrain option.
The model’s debut will be supported by the presentation of a special design study, the Auris Touring Sports Black.
The fourth generation RAV4 will be appearing at a European motor show for the first time, coinciding with its market launch in Europe. The new model builds on its pioneering heritage, putting a greater emphasis on the qualities demanded by the modern families that are at the heart of its target market, without sacrificing its core values.
The new model offers distinctive styling, a high quality interior, greater efficiency and improvements to its all-wheel drive system that help deliver a more engaging drive.
The RAV4’s debut will be supported by two special design studies, the RAV4 Premium and RAV4 Adventure.