One of Toyota's first efforts at a mid-engine sports car, this Celica concept went on to influence the MR2 production car.
The RV-2 concept previewed design cues used on Toyota's sports cars throughout the 70s and 80s.
A bold supercar concept powered by a twin-turbo V8 engine. It featured cutting-edge design and performance for its day.
This city car was designed for maximum visibility and safety. The entire body splits open for entry.
Inspired by Le Mans racers, the RSC concept had a 400-hp V8 engine and could hit 60 mph in under 4 seconds.
XP-1 introduced wraparound glass and front/rear spoilers for improved aerodynamics and handling at high speeds.
One of Toyota's exercise in avant-garde style, the spaceship-like AXV-II concept offered 360-degree visibility.