Toyota Teases a Pair of EV Concepts Ahead of Tokyo

Jackson Wheeler
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  • Toyota is showing a pair of battery-electric concepts at the 2023 Japan Mobility Show, formerly the Tokyo Motor Show.
  • The Toyota FT-Se concept teases a battery-electric sports coupe.
  • Toyota’s FT-3e concept teaser previews another battery-electric crossover.

If you’ve already ordered your 2026 calendar in hopes of Toyota hitting their 10-EV promise, the event formerly known as the Tokyo Motor Show might have some good news. Toyota is teasing two battery-electric concepts it plans to show off at the 2023 Japan Mobility Show next month, the FT-Se concept and FT-3e concept.

As per usual, these teasers don’t come with any actual information other than the concept cars’ names. But the FT-Se (pictured top) shows that Toyota will stick to developing sporty cars as it expands its battery-electric portfolio.

The FT-Se looks like it leans on the same design language found on Toyota’s Supra and GR86 coupes. The large ducktail spoiler at the rear of this EV will help it look right at home in a GR product shot—and according to the teaser, the FT-Se will fall under the GR banner.

toyota ft 3e concept

Toyota’s FT-3e concept crossover.


While sports cars are exciting, crossovers dominate the sales charts. Naturally, Toyota doesn’t want to leave any hole in its crossover and SUV space, even as it starts to expand its EV lineup. Hence, Toyota’s FT-3e will also make an appearance at the Japan Mobility Show.

Like the FT-Se, Toyota is light on the details of this upcoming EV concept. However, the company does note that this family-hauler concept will share major components with its sportier counterpart. That means that these two machines could ride on the same platform.

Additional details are still under wraps until Toyota peels the curtain back on these concepts.

Do you think Toyota will make either of these concepts? Tell us your thoughts below.

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