Toyota FT-Se Concept

The idea of an electric sports car from Toyota has been floating around for quite some time now and it seems that Toyota has one ready for all the world to see. A teaser image of a low-slung sports car has just been put out by Toyota called the FT-Se. According to the automotive giant, it won’t take too long for this concept to be seen in the flesh because it will make an appearance at the 2023 Japan Mobility Show this October. 

The pair of teaser images reveal the bold posture of the FT-Se, characterized by its wide front and rear tracks, and slim taillights integrated with fins. Prominently featured on the rear ducktail spoiler is the GR emblem, a badge we’ll see featured on the rest of the car.

Toyota FT-Se Concept

Looking inside, we see what Toyota calls a "next-generation cockpit". designed to provide intuitive controls and elevate the driving experience to a more immersive level, as touted by the brand. Other features to note include a sleek instrument panel with a low profile, enhancing front-field visibility for the driver, along with newly engineered kneepads aimed at safeguarding this body part from G-forces during spirited driving sessions.

Toyota FT-3e Concept

Although details about how the car will make drivers feel are plenty, info about the platform or powertrain of this upcoming sports car remains scarce, Toyota has hinted at its similarities with another concept vehicle set to make its debut soon: the compact SUV, FT-3e. This suggests that the company is poised to unveil a new electric vehicle platform, intended to underpin a range of forthcoming electric models. FT stands for “Future Toyota” after all.

Toyota FT-3e Image

Like the FT-Se, the FT-3e doesn’t have much in the way of technical details. The only tidbit of information that Toyota provided is the presence of digital displays on the exterior doors. These displays provide essential information, such as battery charge status and onboard temperature, as you approach the vehicle. For the full and detailed reveal of the two concept vehicles, we’ll just have to wait until the 2023 Japan Mobility Show kicks into gear later this month.

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