Toyota has unveiled its Future Toyota Adventure Concept (FT-AC) at the ongoing Los Angeles Motor Show in an effort to offer motorists something rugged and versatile.
On the exterior, the concept SUV comes with a wide front grille flanked with LED headlights, and a few clever innovations such as the fog lights that can be taken out and used as portable lights, twin hooks for vehicle recovery, skid plates, a long wheelbase and wide track, extra wide fender flares, as well as 20-inch wheels.
Adding to the package is the safari-style cargo roof rack system which can haul all types of adventure gear, as well as the LED marker lights that can provide ambient lighting around the vehicle, brighten the trail ahead or even act as a flash for the side mirrors’ embedded infrared cameras.
According to Toyota, the roof rack’s rear-facing LED lights can be controlled via mobile device as well. Also, at the rear is an innovative integrated bike rack that retracts, making for a highly useful feature that can be securely hidden in only a few seconds.
The interior of the concept has not been revealed yet but we know that it has features like an integrated Wi-Fi hotspot and an advanced navigation system.
As far as the powertrain is concerned, Toyota said that the FT-AC has been imagined as a thoroughly capable petrol-powered vehicle with an advanced torque-vectoring all-wheel-drive system.