2017 Toyota FT-4X Concept Will Make Its Premier To The Big Apple

Apr 09, 2017 01:14 PM EDT | Ivy Lebanan

The 2017 Toyota FT-4X is ready to premier an off-road abstraction vehicle at the 2017 New York Auto Show this month. Although Toyota is still silent about the details, some guessing and speculation shed light on this feasible future product.

October of 2016, Toyota filed a license to the United States Patent and Trademark Office to mark the Toyota FT-4X name, which stands for Future Toyota 4x4. Meanwhile, the company has just released a teaser image of its upcoming concept.

The new vehicle could be a replacement to the FJ Cruiser as it ended its production at the end of 2016. But with competitors like the new Jeep Wrangler and Ford Bronco coming to market, Toyota could introduce an even more off-road cable SUV to unravel.

The 2017 Toyota FT-4X teaser image shows that it wears a set of off-road ready 18-inch Goodyear 225/55 tires and one of Toyota's off-road accomplishment concept, the Four Wheeling and Scene Stealing. The wheels are a suitable-looking alloy unit without any bead locks present. In addition, it also shows off its orange paint on both the center cap and front bumper.

It's virtually unfeasible to comment in the exterior when there is so little information about the new vehicle. But the 2017 Toyota FT-4X is expected to have a bold attitude.

The company has not yet disclosed any information concerning the FT-4X, but some predicted that its interior would carry Toyota's modern design styling. The new vehicle might take after the RAV4, nevertheless have more audacity injected for a more dynamic and adventurous appeal.

Toyota's model will be an inherently desired unit with mutable valve timing. Enthusiasts anticipate a six-speed automatic to ho-hum this crossover around on a level cloud of anonymity.

There's practically no information to illustrate a cessation about the vehicle, but everybody is thrilled to see the debut of the new concept at the New York Auto Show this month. Stay tuned for more updates!

 

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