Toyota FT-1 Graphite Concept

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

It would be a downright lie if we said we weren’t impressed by the red Toyota FT-1 concept that debuted at the top of the year. That thing was gorgeous, but this? This thing is just ridiculous. Say hello to the Toyota FT-1 Graphite Concept.

This 2-door sports car concept was developed by the Newport Beach, California-based team at Calty Design Research, and it is straight sex on wheels. The vehicle looks nearly identical to the previously unveiled red version, but with some nice aesthetic updates that include a sophisticated graphite exterior paint job. Aside from these cosmetic details, the coupe remains unchanged from the rear-wheel drive beauty we saw released for the 15th anniversary Gran Turismo 6 video game. Someone needs to make this car – like yesterday, please.

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