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1979 Toyota CX-80 Concept

The CX-80 (also known as the FCX-80) was a concept vehicle built by Toyota and shown at the October 1979 Tokyo Motor Show. It was designed to be an experimental city car for the future that would save fuel by being light and compact. The bonnet sloped sharply, with a pod in the middle for the headlights. Front-wheel drive was used, leaving the cabin floor flat and spacious. The side windows were mounted high on the waistline, but this was offset by having transparent cut-outs in the body's side panels.


Dimensions:

  • Length: 3500 mm

  • Width: 1550 mm

  • Height: 1250 mm

  • Wheelbase: 2300 mm

Source: wiki; allcarindex

Images: Concept Car Central; Stepho’s Toyota Site