Toyota’s lineup for the Geneva Motor Show 2013 include a couple of quite interesting design study concepts. Two of them are based on the new Toyota RAV4 SUV, and they explore the customization potential of this fine car.
First we have the Toyota RAV4 Premium which is like a more sophisticated version of the standard car, featuring a special Deep Bronze paint job and new chrome detailing including a front spoiler. Chrome inserts are also found at the back, along with brushed aluminium skid plates and an integrated tailpipe design.
For the interior, the designers have gone for a luxurious leather upholstery garnished with black piping and a V-shaped outline for the seats, plus two-tone stitching, and gray and black leather for the instrument and door panels.
Then there is the Toyota RAV4 Adventure, which is the more interesting proposition of the two. This one focuses on the RAV4’s off-road capabilities, and try to put on a sporty and outdoorsy face with a red paint job, extended wheel arches, 20-inch rims, and matte black molding on the front and rear bumper as well as the sides.
Underbody protection parts, fully integrated twin exhaust pipes and a reworked skid place, machined roof rails and dark-tinted privacy glass are among the other features of the Toyota RAV4 Adventure.