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post #1 of 21 (permalink) Old 05-31-2017, 04:07 PM Thread Starter
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Toyota FT-4X/TJ Cruiser Interior Video

Here's a video of the Toyota FT-4X/TJ Cruiser showcasing the interior and the removable/portable bits and pieces like the dome light, sleeping bag armrest, hidden cargo room, etc.

I know for one, I would have way too much fun showing this off to my friends by pulling everything off and putting them back haha

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post #2 of 21 (permalink) Old 06-06-2017, 08:24 AM
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The FT-4X/TJ Cruiser steering wheel is just odd and not very intuitive. I assume if the concept ever goes into production, the interior will look more like the rest of Toyota's lineup especially the center console. I'd much prefer to have my drive mode select buttons and other things in the center console than the wheel.
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I actually kind of like the whole driving mode selector on the steering wheel. Other manufacturers have done it, albeit on a much higher end of the spectrum, but it is something new and interesting to have going on.

The interior is extremely concept esque though and I can anticipate even the whole gauge cluster are will be very different on the production model.
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The outgoing Rav4's center console seems simple enough and organized, a layout I wouldn't mind seeing in the TJ Cruiser. There's plenty of space for additional buttons that the TJ would need thanks to the large amount of functions it has.
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I actually kind of like the whole driving mode selector on the steering wheel. Other manufacturers have done it, albeit on a much higher end of the spectrum, but it is something new and interesting to have going on.

The interior is extremely concept esque though and I can anticipate even the whole gauge cluster are will be very different on the production model.
I will actually be surprised if they can deliver on a shifter like that. Don't have confirmation of what transmission will make it and what versions of those transmissions. If we get something new, there's some possibility of it happening. Just don't depend on it. Most owners won't care.

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Not sure about what potential manual gearbox the TJ Cruiser could get, but maybe it can share the 4Runner's five-speed automatic transmission?
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As long as it mean we get hill start and hill descent assist control then I would be in favor of it, if the TJ is to be any true successor, features like that should be in one of the median trims for starters.

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As long as it mean we get hill start and hill descent assist control then I would be in favor of it, if the TJ is to be any true successor, features like that should be in one of the median trims for starters.

More than likely will have some traction control abilities, but we have to remember that this is a much smaller vehicle than the 4Runner and much lighter as well.

I'm still trying to figure out what the TJ is supposed to be the true successor to, I don't think it's a successor to anything as it's the only thing like it in it's class with it's present set up. To me a successor needs to be of the same class as the one it's succeeding and be as good or better. As a crossover what is the TJ supposed to be the successor of?

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Isn't it a successor of the FJ Cruiser? Just smaller and not as off-road capable, because it really doesn't resemble any other model from Toyota's lineup. At the very least it's the successor in name only.
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Isn't it a successor of the FJ Cruiser? Just smaller and not as off-road capable, because it really doesn't resemble any other model from Toyota's lineup. At the very least it's the successor in name only.

I see what you did there, well played Sir.

Most would not even consider the FJ Cruiser to be the successor to the original FJ 40, myself included. It shares way more styling queues and off road prowess with the original than the TJ does with the FJ Cruiser. That being said, the original FJ 40 Land Cruiser and the FJ Cruiser are both FJ's and from the same class. The TJ Cruiser and the FJ Cruiser are both Cruisers but only one of them is an FJ. No matter how hard we all try to hope and pray the TJ will be the next FJ it will not be.



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