Concept Cars of 2016 : Toyota C-HR Concept, S-FR, FCV Plus, KIKAI

Concept Cars of 2016

The all new stunning and full of imagination, concept cars of 2016 from Toyota. We have listed out four concept cars of 2016 by Toyota and the idea with which they are born. We hope these beauty will be in production soon for the customers. Watch out for these amazing concept cars and think about how  these cars will change the future of driving.

Toyota C-HR Concept

Toyota C-HR Concept Hybrid 2016
The Toyota C-HR Concept is a compact hybrid crossover car that will be available soon. The car comes with a brisk driving style in a compact body size. This Toyota vehicle is build on two key elements: keen looks and emphatic front profile that emphasizes the lower grill as well as increasing aerodynamic performance and cooling. Toyota C-HR concept makes use of TNGA (Toyota New Global Architecture) and thus has a highly rigid body. Toyota aims to manufacture this car engine with thermal efficiency of over 40 percent. Production-ready model may be shown by Toyota at the Geneva International Motor Show in March 2016.

Length 4,350 mm
Width 1,850 mm
Height 1,500 mm
Wheelbase 2,640 mm
Occupancy 5


Toyota S-FR

Toyota S-FR
The beautiful S-FR is a concept car of Toyota that is fun to drive like lightweight sports car. The incredibly lightweight Toyota S-FR offers a smooth driving style, responsive and direct handling. The key benefit of SF-R is front engine and rear drive mode. Toyota SF-R has long nose and wide stance that makes it look like archetypal sports car. A 6-speed manual transmission gives smooth acceleration adding to car’s fun drive. The Toyota S-FR is a kind of vehicle that attracts its own die-hard fan base, who love driving and customizing it.

Length 3,990 mm
Width 1,695 mm
Height 1,320 mm
Wheelbase 2,480 mm
Occupancy 4


Toyota FCV Plus

Toyota FCV Plus 2016
Compressed hydrogen is a promising future energy source as it has a higher energy density than electricity and can be generated from a wide range of raw materials that’s why Toyota envisages a car that can run on compressed hydrogen. Here when the new Toyota FCV Plus comes into picture. Toyota FCV Plus runs on compressed hydrogen and it also has the ability to generate electricity from it’s hydrogen tank which can be used as a source of electric power at home as well. The fuel cell stack is mounted between the front tires and the hydrogen tank behind the rear seat. The exterior of the car has distinctive and sleek shape.

Length 3,800 mm
Width 1,750 mm
Height 1,540 mm
Wheelbase 3,000 mm


Toyota KIKAI

Toyota KIKAI
The Toyota KIKAI’s appears as a true concept car. The concept behind Toyota KIKAI was to explore and emphasize the fundamental appeal of machines: their beauty and fine craftsmanship. The vehicle’s inner workings become part of the exterior such as fuel tank, reserve tank, exhaust pipes and the analog-style meters and switches offer an engaging dialog with the machinery of the car. The car design adopts a central driver seat which places the driver at the heart of the car and two other members at the back thus achieving optimal spacing between the three passenger by a triangular layout. Concept of Toyota KIKAI encourages us to appreciate the complex beauty of the mechanical aspects of it.

Length 3,400 mm
Width 1,800 mm
Height 1,550 mm
Wheelbase 2,450 mm
Occupancy 3

We hope you enjoyed reading about these future beauties. You can also look for detailed information on Luxury Sports Car 2016 .