Toyota RND Concept teased, promises to change the face of motoring

Article by Christian A., on January 21, 2015

Next week, Toyota promises to break with motor industry convention and unveil a new concept car that will be outside the familiar surroundings of an international motor show. The Japanese manufacturer revealed today the first teaser of its upcoming concept and said that its design marks a radical shift in direction for the company, while taking the “fun-to-drive” qualities a step further.

What’s more interesting is that the vehicle will be presented as a concept, but Toyota acknowledges that the RND will be unveiled in production-ready form. Toyota also said that the manufacturing and product supply were already secured, while pricing was fixed at a level that will make the vehicle accessible to the widest possible market.

The carmaker is confident that its RND Concept has the potential to transform the look of every vehicle on the road. The RND Concept will be unveiled in the UK on 26th January, so stay tuned!

President of Toyota GB, Matt Harrison, said: “Full details of the RND Concept will be announced next week, but ahead of the official unveiling I can say that this is something we are proud of and that will make a valuable contribution to the world we live in.” [source: Toyota]

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