Toyota's latest SUV concept wants to help you over rough terrain, whether or not you're actually inside the car.
The FT-AC Concept makes up for Toyota's previous lackluster FT concept with some actual ruggedness.
It's prepared to tackle unbeaten paths with a dash of new tech in there for good measure.
The FT-AC Concept looks pretty beefy, with a proper SUV ride height and chunky panels galore.
Its all-wheel drive system offers torque vectoring, multiple terrain settings and a differential lock to ensure traction off the asphalt.
Under the body is a gas-electric hybrid drivetrain that provides both torque and efficiency, depending on what the driver is after.
The fog lights are removable and can be placed on mountain bikes or other items for additional visibility away from the car.
There's also a set of infrared cameras on the side mirrors that, again, can be removed and attached to other things.
A Wi-Fi hotspot lets you upload that camera footage on the go, and LED markers on the car can act as flashes for said cameras.
The FT-AC concept will be on display throughout the 2017 LA Auto Show, and hopefully, there's a project deep within Toyota's ranks that intends to bring this brute-ute to production.
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