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Default Toyota TJ Cruiser Could be Brandís Next Crossover

If the Toyota FT-4X Concept makes it to production, it could be called the TJ Cruiser.

The Toyota Motor Corporation has filed a trademark for the name TJ Cruiser with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) for use on ďAutomobiles and structural parts thereof.Ē

Recently, Toyota showed us the FT-4X Concept, a compact crossover that is meant for urban adventures, not the rock-filled Moab runs that Toyotaís FJ Cruiser was built to tackle. Toyota wants to cash in on the crossover boom and this would be the brandís second offering in the compact crossover segment, joining the C-HR. In comparison, the TJ Cruiser would offer a little more off-road capability and more usable space while being nearly the same size.

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