The Toyota AXV-IV is a concept vehicle first shown at the 1991 Tokyo Motor Show. It is a small coupe designed to be an environmentally friendly personal commuter. The AXV-IV is extremely light, weighing only 450 kg (just under 1000 lbs). It is powered by a two-stroke supercharged 804 cc engine. The car also utilized light-weight FRP (fiberglass reinforced plastic) coil springs.
The concept is now on display at the Toyota Automobile Museum.
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