Toyota FJ Cruiser Concept going to SEMA Motor Show image

Toyota has recently announced its plans to introduce an FJ Cruiser Concept, made by TRD, at the 2012 SEMA Motor Show in Las Vegas.

The Toyota FJ Cruiser Concept in question has been developed with the company’s performance division TRD and the model should now be a vehicle with greater off-road abilities thanks to the TRD modified suspension, the 60mm Bilstein racing shocks up front and 50mm at the rear with the remote reservoirs. The Toyota FJ Cruiser Concept is now riding on 17-inch TRD Midnight Black rims wrapped in BFGoodrich All-Terrain tires.

Power to the Toyota FJ Cruiser Concept is coming from a 4.0 liter V6 engine, equioped with a TRD supercharger, with a big air-to-water intercooler and with a Twin Vortices System (TVS), which is now producing 30 percent more power and it has 25 percent more torque. The total output produced by the Toyota FJ Cruiser Concept’s engine stands at 345 HP (257 kW) at 3,500 rpm and 460 Nm of torque (340 lb-ft) available at 3,500 rpm and sent to the wheels through a five-speed electronically controlled automatic transmission. Additional details on the model are limited for the moment and will be announced at the SEMA Motor Show.