This “Creative Design” exhibition is above all a pretext for Toyota to showcase the famous sports cars of its past: a 1975 Celica, a 1984 MR and a 1994 Supra. Well, then on the most contemporary GT86.
But Toyota also shows some concept cars whose names are never remembered! Of note is the FV2 (which was presented at the Tokyo 2013 show) which is driven by body movements and reads your emotions. Or the FT-1, presented two years ago at the Detroit show, which is supposed to prefigure the next Supra.
The master part is of course the famous 2000 GT from 1968, a splendid coupé that enjoys posthumous fame, since only 350 of it were manufactured between 1967 and 1970.