Are you the 2013 Toyota RAV4?

Are you the 2013 Toyota RAV4?

August 9, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

Filed under: Spy Photos , Crossover , Toyota , Middle East This wrapped-up crossover appears to be the next Toyota RAV4 . It was first found on a Toyota fan forum in Saudi Arabia, and was later picked up by the automotive gumshoes at CarScoop. All indications point to this being the next RAV4, but obviously nothing has been confirmed. From what we can tell by these photos, it has a front fascia similar to that of the Toyota Camry , and has more streamlined proportions than the outgoing model. It’s hard to determine if the roof has a significant slope to it, or it is just the angle of the camera. If it is the former, than the silhouette seems to ape the Hyundai Tucson , one the RAV4’s competitors. Most of the exterior is covered with white wrapping, save the windows, which allowed for a clean shot of the interior. We can see a smart looking dash, something that once again has a similar look and feel of the Camry. The screen in the center stack is likely home to the latest version of Toyota’s Entune, and we can also see clever cubby spaces above the glovebox and in the center console. CarScoop has asserted that because the wrapping is the same type used to cover a new car on its way to a dealer that this is the real thing, and an actual production RAV4.

Toyota’s baby Prius C spotted for the first time

Toyota’s baby Prius C spotted for the first time

June 3, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 

Filed under: Spy Photos , Hybrid , Hatchback , Toyota Toyota Prius C spy shots – Click above for high-res image gallery In addition to the larger 2012 Prius V (which we recently put through its paces for the first time), Toyota is working on a smaller version of its illustrious hybrid, previewed by the Prius C Concept from this year’s Detroit Auto Show . Our trusty spy photographers have just spotted the first Prius C prototypes running about, and while the original concept was a decidedly sporty-looking thing, the production model’s design seems to have been softened a bit. Because the Prius C is so much shorter than the standard Prius hatch – about 20 inches has been chopped from its overall length – our spies believe that these prototypes ride on either a brand-new chassis or on modified Yaris underpinnings. Under the skin, we expect the Prius C to use a 1.5-liter hybrid powertrain, or perhaps a version of the 1.8-liter unit found in the larger Prius. Regardless, Toyota has long said that the Prius C will be the most efficient non-plug-in hybrid on the market when it launches next year, with prices expected to fall around the $20,000 mark. Get ready, Honda Insight and CR-Z . This one’s coming right for you. Toyota’s baby Prius C spotted for the first time originally appeared on Autoblog on Thu, 02 Jun 2011 14:26:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds . Permalink

Scion FR-S sprouts a wing at the ‘Ring

Scion FR-S sprouts a wing at the ‘Ring

May 19, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 

Filed under: Spy Photos , Coupe , Scion , Subaru , Toyota Scion FR-S spy shots – Click above for high-res image gallery A lot can change in two days. Remember that Scion FR-S prototype we spied heading to the N

Scion FR-S caught prepping for ‘Ring runs

Scion FR-S caught prepping for ‘Ring runs

May 16, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 

Filed under: Spy Photos , Scion , Toyota Spy Shots: Scion FR-S – Click above for high-res image gallery We’ve been waiting, rather patiently we might add, for Toyota to bring out its latest sports car for what seems like millenniums. This new coupe will be wearing a Scion badge and go by the name FR-S , which stands for “front-engine, rear-wheel-drive sport.” It’s the “R” and “S” that has enthusiasts eager to lay eyes on this Scion in the flesh. A concept version was trotted out at the 2011 New York Auto Show , but spy photographers managed to capture a camo-covered development mule adding “Germany” to the stamps in its passport book. What specific area of Germany, you ask? Just a little town called N

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