For the first time since its unveiling at the Chicago auto show earlier this year, Toyota's 2007 FJ Cruiser SUV will get pedestal space at the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show in Las Vegas in November — in its final, product-correct form. This time, show goers will get their first view of the interior, obscured in Chicago, which reflects Toyota's modern take on the original FJ's spartan accommodations. We'll be there to see whether Toyota's gutsy move to build a near-exact version of a design concept for production is a success, or a Pontiac Aztec-grade failure. We have our doubts.
Toyota Unveils Production FJ Cruiser at Chicago Auto Show [internal]