TOYOTA SHOW AFTERMARKET CONCEPT
At the 2011 Tokyo Auto Salon, Toyota has presented three aftermarket concepts: the Toyota Auris GT Concept, the Toyota Prius G Sports Concept and the Toyota GRMN iQ Racing Concept.
The Toyota GRMN iQ Racing Concept is a track-ready vehicle developed by Gazoo Racing and tuned by MN. the aggressive styled iQ has a deep front air dam, huge lower air intake and racing wheels. The Toyota GRMN iQ Racing Concept is actually prepared for the track, with a full roll-cage and a supercharged engine.
The Toyota Auris GT Concept was developed by TRD, the company’s motorsport division, and features a new aerodynamics package, including front and rear spoilers and new side skirts.
LEXUS AFTERMARKET CONCEPT
Toyota’s other brand, Lexus was also present at the 2011 Tokyo Auto Salon with a number of factory custom models. It appears that Toyota is aiming to get more attention from the aftermarket industry for its latest models.
The custom vehicles presented in Toyko include the Lexus CT200h F Sport, Gazoo Racing’s Lexus LFA, the Lexus IS F Club Circuit Sports Racer and the IS F Club Performance Accessory range.
The most interesting one is the Lexus IS F Club Circuit Sports Racer, or CCS-R, which features a number of track oriented mods. The Lexus IS F CCS-R comes with carbon fiber body panels, a new frameless construction roll cage and polycarbonate windows. For better performance, the Lexus IS F CCS-R has a limited slip