Toyota reveals new iQ concept cars
* Displayed at Frankfurt motor show * To prove 'green' driving isn't always 'dull' * iQ for Sports concept, too...
Toyota has revealed its new iQ Collection concept car at the Frankfurt motor show.
The company says that the concept car has been created to prove that 'sub-100g/km motoring doesn't have to be dull'.
Interior changes make up the bulk of the car's makeover, with the vehicle's pearlescent white colour used on the centre console, door panels and instruments.
The car also gets a leather interior in the same pearlescent white colour, while a fully glazed roof helps to make the cabin bright and airy.
iQ for Sports concept car
Also making an appearance on the Toyota stand was the iQ for Sports concept car, which was originally known as the Scion iQ in America.
The concept car has 18-inch alloy wheels, a sporty bodykit, LED headlights, illuminated door handles and a centre-exit exhaust pipe.
Inside, it has green and grey seats, and a 10-inch LCD screen that can play DVDs.
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