Toyota's German division unveils striking one-off iQ based on a disco ball
15 October 2010

Toyota has unveiled this iQ Disco, a demonstration model created by the company’s German division.

It has been wrapped in sparkling foil to make it resemble a disco ball and boasts a number of unique features including 18in alloy wheels and Lamborghini-style scissor doors.

See the official pics of the Toyota iQ Disco

It has also been fitted with a professional sound system with a 15in bass reflex subwoofer, a two-channel mixer and two Numark NDX 800 players.

The car will tour dealerships in Germany, having started this weekend at the Köln Rockt event in Cologne. The iQ will be available in the US from 2011 badged Scion iQ.

Read more on the Toyota iQ-based Aston Martin Cygnet

See all the latest Toyota iQ reviews, news and video

Our Verdict

Toyota iQ

Is the Toyota IQ the small car revolution which its maker claims it is?

Find an Autocar car review

Driven this week

Join the debate

Comments
6

15 October 2010

And you thought it couldnt get worse.........

15 October 2010

Just like to point out that this wasn't my idea. Disco Stu doesn't advertise...

15 October 2010

Although i can't wait for the Aston Martin version, with those doors that make it look a little like a baby swan...

15 October 2010

[quote Autocar]Toyota has unveiled this iQ Disco, a demonstration model created by the company’s German division.[/quote]

Forgive me, what does this demonstrate exactly?

If I want an autonomous car, I'll take a taxi.

15 October 2010

[quote Zeddy]

[quote Autocar]Toyota has unveiled this iQ Disco, a demonstration model created by the company’s German division.[/quote]

Forgive me, what does this demonstrate exactly?

[/quote]

That they are all a bunch of over paid idiots?

15 October 2010

A demonstration model of a Toyota IQ as a disco ball which seems to demonstrate that the is no levels of stupidity that some manufacturers won't stoop to in order to show off its "creativity".

Add your comment

Log in or register to post comments

Our Verdict

Toyota iQ

Is the Toyota IQ the small car revolution which its maker claims it is?

Find an Autocar car review

Driven this week