If you're planning to visit the Toronto Auto Show, you will have a unique chance to see a world auto show premiere from Toyota.
Dubbed the U2, this newcomer has nothing to do with the rock band bearing the same name: according to the manufacturer, it will feature a slew of technologies tailored for entrepreneurs and "doers."
"From its retracting roof panels, to its uniquely configurable utility rail system, the U2 offers a concept vehicle that is only limited by the imagination," says Cyril Dimitris, Vice President, Sales, Toyota Canada Inc. "Our North American design team left no stone unturned in masterfully creating a concept vehicle that truly embodies the spirit of today’s Maker culture from the inside out."
Obviously made for a commercial use, the U2 is fitted with plastic bumpers, a generous cubic loading space and looks that makes us think this vehicle is closer to production than we are lead to believe.
Is there a commercial vehicle in Toyota's future? If so, the U2 might give us an early look at what is to come...