Toyota IMV 0: Unlimited customization for the Hilux-sized pickup truck

Toyota has officially announced that they will showcase the Toyota IMV 0 Concept at the Japan Mobility Show 2023 event, which will take place from Thursday, October 26th to Sunday, November 5th.


Toyota IMV 0 (Innovative International Multi-purpose Vehicle) – also known as Rangga – is one of the most exciting upcoming pickup truck models from the Japanese car manufacturer. After introducing several different concept models in Indonesia last August, Toyota is preparing to showcase additional variants of the IMV 0 at the Japan Mobility Show 2023.

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Specifically, Toyota’s display area will showcase a range of customizable products that help define the IMV 0. Customers can enjoy fun experiences, including a mobile café and interesting prizes at the Bar area. The exhibition space will also showcase stories that demonstrate the IMV 0’s potential shaped by customer ideas.

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Toyota IMV 0 is a pickup truck concept model derived from Toyota’s IMV project, where owners contribute to the process of creating freedom of movement.

Customizable parts can be screwed onto the rear bed. The IMV 0 supports future mobility styles by providing even more customization possibilities, from business purposes to entertainment.

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The dimensions of the Toyota IMV 0 are 5,300 x 1,785 x 1,740 (mm) in length, width, and height respectively, with a wheelbase of 3,085 mm. This means that the Toyota IMV 0 has the same dimensions as the current Toyota HiLux.

The production version of the Toyota IMV 0 is expected to launch in 2024, targeting emerging markets with a lower price than the Hilux. Stay tuned to Autodaily for more detailed information in the future.

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