The Japanese automaker Toyota unveiled the Mark X G Sports Concept at the 2010 Tokyo Auto Salon. Like all the other creations in the G-Series lineup, the highly modified Mark X comes complete with a sport tuned suspension, aggressive looking aero parts and a racing inspired interior. The exterior of the tuned Mark X is dressed up with a few trick items like a new vented hood, big mouth front bumper with strips of LEDs and intricate air ducting, IS-F style vented front fenders with matching elements in the back bumper along with an integrated rear diffuser that frames the true dual exhaust as well as a carbon fiber roof panel up top and a set of 20 inch Work alloys wrapped in sticky Yohokama Advan rubber housing a ridiculously over sized big brake kit.

The interior of the Mark X G Sports Concept is all business. The driver straps into a Recaro racing bucket and grabs hold of a leather wrapped multifunction steering wheel with red accent stitching and a few well placed Alcantara inserts. The gauges are bright and easy to read, while the center stack is dominated by a large LCD multifunction display and is surrounded by quite a bit of carbon fiber. The floor mats carry the red accent theme while a set of aluminum racing pedals put the driver in direct contact with the controls. The G Sports Concept is powered by a 3.5 Liter V6 developing a total of 313 HP and 280 lb-ft of torque coupled to a paddle shifted six speed automatic transmission sending power straight to the rear wheels.


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  (364) posted on 05.5.2010

Impressive front air vents! And it’s diffuser give’s it a touch of aggressiveness and sportyness, but it’s performance are not that impressive.

  (380) posted on 04.19.2010

This must be the answer of toyota to nissan’s new model of skyline.

  (2) posted on 04.5.2010

Plenty of stuff to mod for the previous model. Check out modcarclub forum. I am sure this model will have plenty to mod too.

  (666) posted on 03.24.2010

Even if you release a new model the ink in your name will never be erase

  (364) posted on 03.16.2010

i love it! the only thing i would change? the front grille. It looks unfinished, boring (compared to the rest of the car) with added detail in front, it will be perfect.

  (571) posted on 02.28.2010

At least the Toyota release a new model a very unique one indeed not like your other model’s before they were like a copy cat.

  (344) posted on 02.24.2010

At least the Toyota release a new model a very unique one indeed not like your other model’s before they were like a copy cat.

  (939) posted on 02.15.2010

well i guess i was wrong about the mark x g sport, it would be better if it’s a manual tranny, with that you can feel the power and speed coming out of the engine. auto tranny’s are for babies.

  (570) posted on 02.9.2010

looks like a scion Tc, I wonder why the call it a G sports.. It would be better if they call it GT or Gt-Sports.

  (518) posted on 01.27.2010

I think most of the newly created super cars are from japan. It can be a hit in the market, V6 engine was installed in this car, this should be fast.

  (428) posted on 01.19.2010

Toyota has just made a new iconic car. Even if it’s still on the process of creation, I’m really excited for this. The feature that I like is the bumper. It looks like it is talking to me.

Uncia  (868) posted on 01.15.2010

I wonder if that engine would fit in the FT-86...

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