Toyota iQ Cabriolet may see production

Toyota iQ Cabriolet may see production

Recent rumours are suggesting that Toyota will present its new iQ in convertible concept form at the next Tokyo Auto Show. To create the Toyota iQ Cabriolet the Japanese carmaker will simply remove the roof off the current model, an idea inspired by the smart ForTwo. The small European two-seater is considered to be the main rival of the new Toyota iQ.

The Toyota iQ Cabrio, could go into production as early as next year. The design of the new Toyota iQ Cabrio will be inspired by the new Scion iQ which has received positive feedback from those in the know. As far as the engine line-up goes, the Toyota iQ Cabrio will offer the exact same options as the current hard top version.

Recent rumours are suggesting that Toyota will present its new iQ in convertible concept form at the next Tokyo Auto Show. To create the Toyota iQ Cabriolet the Japanese carmaker will simply remove the roof off the current model, an idea inspired by the smart ForTwo. The small European two-seater is considered to be the main rival of the new Toyota iQ.

The Toyota iQ Cabrio, could go into production as early as next year. The design of the new Toyota iQ Cabrio will be inspired by the new Scion iQ which has received positive feedback from those in the know. As far as the engine line-up goes, the Toyota iQ Cabrio will offer the exact same options as the current hard top version.

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