Toyota Prius G Sports Concept
15 January 2010

This sporty Toyota Prius G Sports Concept has been unveiled at the Tokyo Auto Salon.

Like the FT-86 G Sports Concept also shown at the show, it is designed to highlight a new range of tuning accessories that Toyota will start selling through its G Sports offshoot in Japan later this year.

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Although the Prius's drivetrain remains unchanged, the car sits on suspension lowered by 30mm, and has what Toyota calls sports brakes.

It also gets a new aero kit, including a rear wing, rear wheel covers, side skirts, carbonfibre mirrors and underbody aero parts, plus a new rear bumper, twin exhausts and a sports exhaust system.

Other kit includes LED daytime running lights and larger alloys.

Inside, there's Recaro sports seats, a leather steering wheel, aluminum pedals, a new dashboard and a G-Sports branded gear lever and start button.

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15 January 2010

I hadn't realised it was April 1st.

15 January 2010

Didn't Inspector Clouseau drive one of these - he called it the Silver Hornet or something?

15 January 2010

Toyota,forget about it!!! a non runner if ever i have seen one!!!!

15 January 2010

Except for the spats over the rear wheels , it looks better,but it's never going to be sporty.

16 January 2010

God it's ugly...........................and pointless!

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