Toyota and Lexus at LA Auto Show 2014

Los Angeles CA, Nov 19 2014 - Flickr Slideshow of Toyota and Lexus at LA Auto Show (click <33> or Flickr Album)

Toyota FT-1 concept

Toyota FT-1 concept - Pure performance, track-focused sports car model created by CALTY Design Research.  Its design is heavily influenced by Toyota's long sports car tradition that includes vehicles such as 2000GT, Celica, Supra and most recently, FT-86 (Scion F-RS).

Toyota i-ROAD electric vehicle

Toyota i-ROAD electric vehicle - An ultra-compact electric vehicle with only three wheels. Active Lean technology automatically raises and lowers the front wheels to balance the vehicle, even when turning sharply or on uneven or sloped roads. With no need for the driver to balance the vehicle, you can drive confidently.


Toyota FCV (fuel cell vehicle) conceptToyota FCV (fuel cell vehicle) concept

Toyota FCV (fuel cell vehicle) concept - It all starts with hydrogen, then comes air which makes electricity. When you put your foot on the gas pedal, electricity from the fuel cell stack is sent to the motor leaving behind nothing but water.

1967 Toyota 2000 GT Coupe

1967 Toyota 2000 GT Coupe - Appeared as a prototype at the 1965 Tokyo Motor Show. Only 337 Toyota 2000GTs were produced and only 54 vehicles wre imported to North America.

2015 Toyota Camry TRD (Toyota Racing Development)2015 Toyota Camry TRD (Toyota Racing Development)

2015 Toyota Camry TRD (Toyota Racing Development) - To compete in NASCAR Sprint Cup Series (NSCS) competition beginning next season. 

2015 Lexus RC F Sport2015 Lexus RC F Sport

2015 Lexus RC F Sport - An aggressive design inside and out and exclusive performance enhancements like an Adaptive Variable Suspension.

Lexus LF-C2

Lexus LF-C2 - New open-air concept is a design study in the form of a 2+2 roadster and explores key styling themes involved in the Lexus brand's future, bolder styling direction.

Lexus LFA

Lexus LFACapable of 202 mph. Three different processes of carbon fiber construction are used throughout the chassis. Ten individual throttle bodies to help provide immediate linear response from the driver's accelerator pedal inputs. Inside, the driver sits as close to the center of the vehicle as possible providing extraordinary levels of feel and control.

Photos: Randy Berg

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