Toyota FT-AC concept vehicle parked outside on the grass

New Adventure Concept Vehicle Levels Up Toyota Lineup

Toyota is setting its sights on creating vehicles that can provide car shoppers with maximum versatility. Recently, they have unveiled a new FT-AC concept vehicle at the Los Angeles Auto Show that they believe can add major versatility to the travels of people with active lifestyles and adventure-loving spirits. Like the Toyota FT-4X concept vehicle launched in April, the FT-AC is equipped with specialty features that help add value to all kinds of outdoor adventures both off the road and on.

“FT-AC is perfect for those outdoor enthusiasts who want to dial up the adventure on their weekend getaways. No matter the roads, the activities, or the people, FT-AC sparks authentic fun and conversation,” said Jack Hollis, group vice president and general manager, Toyota division.

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Toyota Unveils New FT-AC Concept Vehicle at Los Angeles Auto Show

Toyota began their 2017 Los Angeles Auto Show presentation celebrating the 60th anniversary of Toyota vehicles in the U.S. before finishing with their vision of the future that included the FT-AC concept vehicle.

Check out Toyota’s presentation at the 2017 Los Angeles Auto Show below. If you are short on time and want to get right to the FT-AC portion of the presentation, skip ahead to 7:54.

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FT-AC Adventure-Ready Features

The FT-AC concept vehicle focuses on interior and exterior features that can help car drivers have more versatility than ever before while out on an adventure. Check out some of the included features below.

  • Removable Fog Lights
  • Front Twin Hooks
  • Skid Plates
  • Extra Wide Fender Flares
  • All-Terrain Tires
  • Roof Rack System
  • Side Mirrors with Infrared Cameras
  • Removable Bike Rack

Keep following the Ackerman Toyota blog for up-to-date Toyota news and information on new models. Looking for a new ride? Check out some of the adventure-ready models currently available in the Toyota lineup like the Toyota 4Runner, Toyota Tacoma, or Toyota Land Cruiser.