The Montreal International Auto Show kicked off on the 20th, and will run through this Sunday. Toyota didn’t just bring its current lineup, but also decided to bring a host of other exciting things. Concept cars, future cars, debuting cars, and even interactive technology displays; the Toyota booth is very exciting this year. Yesterday we gave you a visual look at everything the booth had to offer, but today we thought we’d detail what Toyota has on display at the show.
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“Toyota’s vision is shaped by a desire to constantly move towards a better future – to bring that future to our customers and the communities in which they live. Canadians attending the Montreal International Auto Show will find many examples of that on display – from new and updated Toyota models that arrive in Canada this year, to future-ready hydrogen fuel cell models and all-electric vehicles and advanced safety systems that make driving safer for everyone. And, of course, our full range of stylish, fun and value-packed cars, SUVs and pick-up trucks.”
– Cyril Dimitris, Vice President, Toyota Canada Inc.
Highlighted Toyota Booth Vehicles
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- For the first time here in Canada, the brand-new 2018 Toyota C-HR is on display at the booth.
- For the first time in North America as a whole, Toyota premiers the COMS concept vehicle, which is an ultra-compact electric vehicle currently on sale in Japan. Its purpose is to reduce congestion and improve air quality in overcrowded cities.
- For the first time at a Canadian auto show, the all-new 2017 Toyota Prius Prime is on display at the booth.
- For the first time at a Canadian auto show, the FCV Plus Concept vehicle is on display at the booth, which is Toyota’s next foray into the fuel cell vehicle market.
- The Toyota Mirai makes its return to the Toyota booth as Toyota’s current foray into the fuel cell vehicle market.
- The incredible Toyota TS050 Hybrid racing car, which was built to Le Mans prototype specs is on display at the booth and is sure to turn heads
- Plus, you can visit the Toyota Safety Sense virtual reality simulator, an interactive display that gives you a chance to experience TSS P and C technologies.
If you decide to head to the show, we hope you have a good time!
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