Japanese carmaker Toyota developed a new model, the iQ. This is actually the smallest 4-seat production car in the world and it features a compact and contemporary styling. Now, the carmaker revealed the potential of the car concerning customization with body kits and vibrant interiors. The center of attention is the cabin as the specialists used leather upholstery with a central seat panel design exclusive to the show model. The model sends the output to the road through 18-inch alloy wheels and features aero-headlamps with high-intensity LED driving lights for an unmistakable appearance. The seats are finished in bright green and grey upholstery with contrasting bolsters in a matt-black scuba-style Polyurethane and the headlining is also a vibrant green. The carmaker also offered a lot of other elements that are meant to impress.
Diminutive but distinctive, Toyotaâ€™s iQ is capturing the spotlight at the Frankfurt motor show with two bold new design studies that further prove responsible, sub-100g/km motoring doesnâ€™t have to be dull.
iQ, the worldâ€™s smallest four-seat production car, is already a head-turner on the street with its thoroughly contemporary and compact styling. Now Toyota is revealing the carâ€™s potential for customisation, with street-cool body kits and vibrant interiors.
iQ Collection focuses on the cabin, with the white pearl finish of the body carried through to trim details such as the centre console, instrument binnacle and door panels. The leather upholstery is a matching white shade, with a central seat panel design exclusive to the show model. The fully glazed roof makes for an exceptionally light and bright interior.
iQ for Sports
iQ for Sports is all about urban street style with a bespoke body kit that accentuates iQâ€™s broad stance, powerful geometry and clean, sweeping lines. The car rides on custom-made 18-inch alloys and features aero-headlamps with high-intensity LED driving lights for an unmistakable â€ślook-at-meâ€ť appearance. There is also a rear roof spoiler and a trapezoidal central exhaust, further emphasising iQâ€™s potential for personalisation.
The radical styling continues on the inside with illuminated door handles, a swivelling spotlight on top of the dash, an illuminated iQ logo and trim panels crafted in raw nickel and aluminium.
The seats are finished in bright green and grey upholstery, with contrasting bolsters in a matt-black scuba-style polyurethene, and the headlining is also a vibrant green. On-board entertainment and navigation are controlled by a 10-inch LCD touch-screen, with DVD playback and music library functions.
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