2014 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) - Toyota FT-1 Concept


2014 NAIAS - Toyota FT-1 B-Roll 001

2014 NAIAS - Toyota FT-1 B-Roll


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Toyota FT-1 B-roll (uncut)


Idea to Life - Toyota FT-1

See how Calty Design Research brought a design idea to life with the Toyota FT-1 concept.


Toyota FT-1 Concept Car

The Toyota FT-1 concept is a pure performance, track-focused sports car model created by CALTY Design Research, Toyota’s North American Design branch. The FT-1 concept is a symbol that captures elements of the emotion and energy we can expect to see in future Toyota vehicles designs.  Its design is heavily influenced by Toyota long sports car tradition that includes vehicles such as 2000GT, Celica, Supra and most recently, FT-86 (Scion F-RS).


Toyota FT-1 Concept Reveal: 2014 NAIAS

Calty Design Research President Kevin Hunter introduces the Toyota FT-1 sports car concept at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Jan. 13, 2014. For more on the FT-1, visit http://www.toyota.com/concept-vehicles/" data-changedflg="false">Calty Design Research President Kevin Hunter introduces the Toyota FT-1 sports car concept at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Jan. 13, 2014. For more on the FT-1, visit http://www.toyota.com/concept-vehicles/


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