Toyota has announced the new Toyota RND Concept. The new RND Concept will make its world debut in the UK on January 26th unconventionally, without any international motor show. As of now, the company has given just a sneak peek at the new concept with a teaser image.
The company says that the new concept’s design marks a “radical shift” with the “fun-to-drive” qualities of its cars now taken to a higher level. Although presented as a concept form, the RND will be unveiled directly in its production form . The manufacturing and product supply has already been planned while the OTR pricing level has been kept reasonable to make the RND Concept accessible to the widest market possible.
More information is available in the press release below.
THE NEW TOYOTA RND CONCEPT: SNEAK PREVIEW – Press Release
First details of new model released ahead of world debut next week
Toyota is breaking with motor industry convention by revealing a new product outside the familiar surroundings of an international motor show. Instead its new RND Concept will make its world debut in the UK on 26th January, ready for fast-track development that should see it changing the face of motoring within weeks.
The first image released today hints at how the concept’s design marks a radical shift in direction for Toyota, taking the “fun-to-drive” qualities of its cars to a higher level. Although presented as a concept, Toyota acknowledges the RND will be unveiled in its production-ready form.
Manufacturing and product supply have been secured and on-the-road pricing has been fixed at a level that will make the RND Concept accessible to the widest possible market.
Toyota is confident, too, that the RND Concept’s impact will go far beyond its own model range, having the potential to transform the look of every vehicle on the road.
President of Toyota GB, Matt Harrison, said: “Full details of the RND Concept will be announced next week, but ahead of the official unveiling I can say that this is something we are proud of and that will make a valuable contribution to the world we live in.”