Toyota Concept Car Designed to Be an Heirloom Collectible

Toyota Concept Car Designed to Be an Heirloom Collectible

A roadster is made of a material that allows it to absorb its record of use

Dave Pinter, PSFK
  • 9 march 2016

‘What’s old is new again’ is a phrase fitting of Toyota’s latest concept car to debut at Milan Design Week 2016. The Setsuna or “moment” in Japanese is a roadster concept that explores personal connection to a product over time. In this case, many of the Setsuna’s components are crafted from wood which is intended to age and take on a unique character.

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