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Toyota RAV4 Adventure And Auris Touring Sports Concepts Shown At Geneva Photo:
 
 
Tony O'Kane | Mar, 07 2013 | 2 Comments

The new RAV4 SUV has only just launched in Australia and the Corolla is still fresh too, however Toyota has already started to play around with its two volume-selling products.

Sharing the limelight with the Toyota 86 Open concept at the Geneva Motor Show were these, the RAV4 Adventure concept and Auris (Corolla) Touring Sports concept.

The RAV4 Adventure gives Toyota's popular SUV a more rugged, outdoorsy image, with an aggressive aero kit, quad exhaust tips and pumped wheel arch flares enveloping 20-inch alloys shod with off road tyres.

There's also matte-black roof rails and alloy side steps, however there's no detail of any mechanical changes.

Alongside the RAV4 Adventure is the RAV4 Premium concept, which gets 20-inch wheels, subtle changes to the front foglight recess and front grill, and a smattering of chrome on the roof rails and window surrounds.

The body of the RAV4 Premium is painted a deep brown metallic hue, while inside the only major difference is large swaths of grey and beige leather upholstery.

The Auris Touring Sports Black is based on the European-market wagon variant that is not on sale in Australia.

Painted metallic black and sporting a set of black and red 19-inch alloy wheels, the Auris Touring Sports concept features a number of red slashes through its front grille, front headlamps and across the tailgate.

The only bodywork change is the rear bumper, which now includes a centre-exit exhaust.

It's a similar theme inside, with a black Alcantara headliner and plenty of black leather offset by red contrast stitching and red detailing on the air vents, centre stack switchgear and floormats.

They're only design studies for now, but both the RAV4 and Auris concepts show that even Toyota's most popular (if not exciting) products can exude some visual appeal.

 
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