The delicately crafted design of the Toyota FT-1 Graphite Concept has been captured in a series of images by online design community Not Cot.
Gorgeous stylistic flourishes are focalised in the photos like never before. For the first time one can see how the arrow-shaped light clusters up are flanked by real carbon fibre, whilst the distinctive P and reverse P-shaped wing mirrors are photographed close-up.
Inside, chrome and metal detailing adorns the cabin, whilst an elegant central LCD information hub sits directly ahead of the driver. Saddle-coloured leather trim adds the sort of opulence usually reserved for luxury cars.
Finally, the photos offer a rare glimpse inside Toyota’s CALTY design studio in California, where the FT-1 was developed. Flanked by clay models and leather off cuts, the FT-1 is a vision of Toyota’s future design direction, and offers clues to the sorts of high-grade materials that will be offered inside forthcoming Toyota production cars.
The full set of images is available to view on the designated section of the Not Cot website.