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Old 05-17-2006, 08:14 AM
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Default Toyota F3R Concept

The essential Toyota values of roominess, style and environmentally advanced performance come together in a dynamic new way in the F3R, the latest concept vehicle from Toyota.

The surprising F3R, which made its debut at the North American International Automobile Show in Detroit January 9, is an exercise in providing maximum space, efficiency and athletic style from the combined concepts of "box"and "wedge."It is a creative, sporty extension of a concept all but forgotten in today's automotive world that of the minivan.

The project was a joint undertaking of Calty Design Research Inc., Toyota's California design studio, and the company's California-based Advanced Product Strategy group. It was commissioned because of changes in the minivan market.

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