SEMA is perhaps the largest indoor automotive-related event in North America, a fact that isn't lost on Toyota.
Rather than waiting for the auto show season around here to begin, Toyota will make the U.S. debut of not only the new
RAV4 and Yaris that were introduced worldwide last month in Frankfurt, but also the new 2007 FJ Cruiser. On a smaller
scale this marks the world debut of the FJ Cruiser's production-spec interior.
SEMA continues to grow with each passing year, and each year a different automaker begins to take the show more seriously. Anyone remember how many 2005 Mustangs were at last year?s show? Though Honda is the Vehicle Manufacturer of the 2005 SEMA Show, you can be that Toyota?s planning on stealing some tuner attention away from the 2006 Civic by debuting these three vehicles.