Toyota FT-3e Concept Revealed At The 2023 Tokyo Motor Show

Toyota has unveiled the FT-3e electric SUV, a concept which is expected to preview a future battery-powered production model from the Japanese car giant.

First teased last week, covers came off the FT-3e today at the Tokyo motor show, along with a number of other Toyota electric concept cars.

The facia of the Toyota FT-3e adopts the company's latest design language, with the electric concept featuring a long wheelbase and short overhangs at the front and rear.

The FT-3e’s bonnet also adopts two large vents, though it’s not known what they are cooling in the electric SUV’s front end.

At the rear, the FT-3e adopts a coupe-esque back window which aggressively slopes downwards towards the boot lid – while a pair of C-pillar extensions protrude from the back window.

Inside, Toyota’s concept SUV is fitted with a unique steering wheel with just one spoke (located at the bottom), allowing a clearer view of the digital dash mounted to the steering column.

While Toyota is yet to confirm whether the FT-3e will go into production, the Japanese car giant has previously announced its plans to launch 10 vehicles by 2026.