2012 Toyota Venza

    The 2012 Toyota Venza is that the combination of sports sedan and crossover. it's out there in LE, XLE and restricted models, expands the previous one-style solely model and options a sport-sedan style with crossover versatility.

    The 2012 Toyota Venza restricted comes with a V-6 engine, normal touch-screen navigation system and HID headlights. The sound system provides premium audio with no but thirteen speakers. The Toyota Venza LE provides a USB port that permits iPod connectivity.

    2012 Toyota Venza
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    2012 Toyota Venza

Toyota Fun-Vii Concept Car

     
    The Toyota Fun-Vii isn't like any concept car (or display) we've ever seen the interior and exterior are covered with a display panel, and the door is touch sensitive. Navigation information displays directly on the interior, and Toyota says the images both inside and out can be changed with a simple download. The software behind the controls can be updated through a network connection, which also links to other vehicles for detecting cars in the blind spots or finding friends driving nearby. 

    Some of the features will even be accessible through a smartphone, though we're pretty sure driving won't be one of them. We wouldn't expect a price or release date with a concept this outrageous, but it would be great to see software updates, networked driving, and touch-sensitive surfaces incorporated into a future Camry. The video below isn't much, but there's some guy who's really happy to be in it anyway.

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     Toyota Fun-Vii Concept Car

2012 Toyota GT 86

     
    It's no secret that the Toyota FT-86 will finally make its production-spec debut next week at the Tokyo Motor Show, and ahead of that, the automaker's UK office has released the first official photos and some initial specs. In Europe, the car will officially be called the Toyota GT 86. In Japan, however, the car will simply be called 86.

    As demonstrated in the photos, everything is basically in line with what we've seen so far in the various leaked materials. So, start getting excited. In addition to the sharp styling outside, the interior looks the business, and the "86" fender logo is just plain cool. The GT 86 goes on sale in the UK next June.

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    Specifications of Toyota GT 86:
    • 2.0-liter boxer with D4-S injection (direct and port injected)
    • 197 hp @ 7,000 rpm and 151 lb-ft (205 Nm) @6,600 rpm
    • 6-speed manual or automatic transmissions
    • 17-inch wheel/tire package standard
    • 4,240mm (167 in.) long, 1285mm (50.6 in.) high, 2,570mm (101 in.) wide
    • 53:47 front-to-rear weight distribution
    • 475mm (18.7 in.) center of gravity

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