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Check out the Toyota X-Van Gear concept car

Written by Kanad Kalasur

Toyota has unveiled its latest creation, the X-Van Gear concept, at the Japan Mobility Show 2023, alongside another innovative concept, the Global Hiace BEV Concept. This new concept vehicle showcases an impressive blend of design innovation and versatile interior configurations, capturing the attention of attendees at the event.

Toyota X-Van Gear : More Details

The X-Van Gear, measuring 4,695 mm in length, 1,820 mm in width, and 1,855 mm in height, features a unique sliding door design for both front and rear entrances. Remarkably, the absence of B-pillars enhances the ease of entry and exit for passengers. The doors, seamlessly integrated into the headlamp and tail lamp assemblies, provide a sleek appearance. SUV-inspired black plastic cladding adorns the wheel arches, sills, bumpers, and front and rear fascia, emphasizing the vehicle’s rugged outdoor appeal. Additionally, a roof rack adds practical storage space atop the vehicle.

Inside the cabin, the X-Van Gear boasts a flexible three-row seating layout. The front passenger seat is versatile, capable of swiveling to face other passengers or sliding rearwards to create a spacious 1-3-2 seating arrangement. The middle row bench offers further adaptability, allowing seat backs to fold flat, transforming into a convenient table. This lounge-like setup facilitates comfortable interactions between front and third-row occupants.

Toyota’s X-Van Series : More Details & Powertrain

The X-Van Gear concept is part of Toyota Auto Body’s X-Van series, comprising the X-Van Core and the X-Van Tool concepts. Each variant offers distinct storage solutions within the shared bodyshell. Although specific details about the powertrain have not been disclosed, the X-Van Gear concept stands out for its innovative design and versatile interior, making it an exciting addition to Toyota’s lineup.

Meanwhile, attendees at the Japan Mobility Show 2023 have been captivated by Toyota’s forward-thinking approach, setting high expectations for the future of automotive design and functionality.

Also Read – Toyota sold 23,590 cars in September 2023.