Posts Tagged ‘Toyota

Lexus LXT

29, Aug 2015

Just a quick rendering of adding Lexus LX’s front onto Toyota Tacoma. Guess what the T in the LXT name represents.

Toyota Supra

23, Jul 2015

By productionising the Toyota FT-1 Concept, I wonder if this is how the new Supra will look.

Toyota Fortuner Coupe

21, Jul 2015

These renderings of Toyota Fortuner Coupe will annoy the hell out of many people.

Remember that Face/Off movie where characters portrayed by Nicholas Cage and John Trovolta swapped face? Now here’s the Toyota Hilux wearing the Fortuner face, and wise-versa. Along with the upcoming Mitsubishi Pajero Sport, it seems SUV counterpart of pick-up trucks get better looking front fascia. I guess you can tell what my next Face/Off project […]

I’m quite disappointed with these renderings actually. In fact I’m rather angry with how bad these renderings ended up looking. Judging by how the newer Perodua Axia and Myvi look, I believe Perodua will have a well-designed sedan for the market.

Lexus RX 2016

31, Dec 2014

According to WorldCarFans, Lexus has already announced plans to introduce the redesigned RX at the North American International Auto Show. Is it going to be a Toyota Harrier with Lexus’ spindle grille as depicted in this rendering?

Images may not be re-posted without permission. These renderings were featured in The Motor Report a month ago, accompanying an article about the possible return of the Corolla Sprinter variant.

Remember the profile of the Perodua A-Segment Sedan Concept posted here 4 weeks ago? Well here are two more renderings to go with that. Quality isn’t great as the donor image of Hyundai Xcent was of low-resolution.

So the Viva-replacement were seen being tested by Perodua in Malaysia. This model will most likely a version of Daihatsu Ayla and Toyota Agya. So far Daihatsu and Toyota are not selling the Ayla and Agya in India. When they do, I wonder will they make a sedan version since A-segment sedans are very popular […]

Toyota Camry Wagon

22, Jan 2014

Being a fan of wagon, I think the Camry’s boxy edgy shape would translate well into a wagon. Toyota did offer the Camry in wagon form, for the second, third and forth generations.