Toyota is having another interesting week as they present the FT-Se concept at the ongoing Japan Mobility Show in Tokyo. This concept vehicle provides a peek at what Toyota intends for future sports cars in the carbon-neutral age.
The FT-Se concept has a sleek and forceful style with a hint of, dare we say, sensuality. The front end is defined by a blacked-out grille and large air intakes, which are supplemented with eye-catching LED daytime running lights.
Toyota has painstakingly sculpted the cutting-edge silhouette of this GR-branded prototype to minimize aerodynamic drag, making it look sleek and futuristic. The transition from the molded rear quarter panels to the small fins holding the slim LED taillights benefits aerodynamics. At the back, you can't help but notice the unusual ducktail spoiler and dramatic diffuser, which give the car an edgy and dynamic aspect.
Step inside to find a distinctive yoke steering wheel, a digital instrument cluster, and Recaro bucket seats with carbon fiber backs, all wrapped in a stunning blue Alcantara. The door panels, lower dashboard, and center console all feature exquisite blue weaving.
Toyota hasn't revealed much about the concept's powertrain, but they have confirmed it's an electric vehicle. It includes Toyota Gazoo Racing's motorsport knowledge and supports software updates to adapt and grow with the driver, according to them.
Toyota believes that future mobility solutions will go beyond mere transportation. Vehicles like the FT-Se will become prized assets, with customized ride customization and easy amenities for stress-free discovery of local area information while on the road. It's an intriguing look into the future of Toyota's unique designs and mobility solutions.