Future Vehicles & Concepts

See how Toyota is spearheading the future.

Future Vehicles

In a rapidly evolving world the automotive industry sees constant change. With advancements in safety, fuel efficiency, and performance, we are paving the way for a bright future.


Sophisticated design and seamlessly integrated technology--the drive has never been more engaging than this. Get inside an intuitively configured environment, with the comfort and pleasure of advanced convenience features. The mid-size sedan category is about to be injected with a new level of excitement thanks to the 2018 Toyota Camry.


Concept Vehicles

Showcasing new technology and new styling, Toyota concepts are a roadmap to the future of our brand.


Tailor-made for urban needs including: nimble dimensions, a durable underbody, and a focus on fuel economy - Toyota U2 (U-squared)redefines the meaning of utility. The idea is to create a vehicle that can do it all. Features include flip-up side windows, roll back roof, tailgate-come-ramp, fold-up rear seats and removable front passenger seat.



How’s this for an equation: Mirai is a car and a power source, but it only emits water vapour. No gasoline for this alternatively fueled vehicle. And to confound you even further, the performance is pretty remarkable too. In fact, Mirai delivers one of the best power outputs in the world.



FT means Future Toyota. From the wraparound windshield to the pronounced round dual-exhaust pipes, FT-1 embodies the very elements of emotion and performance that Toyota will imprint upon future designs.



Toyota’s answer to energy, space and the personal transportation revolution. The i-Road is an ultra-compact, tandem two-seater electric vehicle that re-imagines the idea of being mobile. Offering genre-bending maneuverability, i-Road represents a new way to overcome congested city roads and lack of parking.


The most connected experience you’ve ever had in a vehicle. With a lean to the left or right, FV2 literally moves in unison with drivers’ body movements



A detachable vehicle that’s more toy than car. Built for parents to teach their children how to drive.



A lightweight, next generation gas-electric hybrid sub-compact concept car.