Toyota is no stranger to rally racing. From 1992 to 1994, Toyota won three WRC championships with the Celica GT4 and was on track to win a fourth, when the discovery of a cheat led to their expulsion from the 1995 championship and paved the way for the great Subaru v Mitsubishi rivalry of the mid-to-late-'90s. But that was then, the Celica hasn't been made since 2006, and this RAV4 concept takes Toyota's rallying mantle into the future. Designer Khyzyl Saleem originally imagined the RAV4 as a prerunner, but decided to take it rallying instead. The stripped-down crossover sports a composite front clip, roll cage, LED exterior lighting, and knobby offroad tires. While it's no Celica GT-Four homologation model, it makes you wonder how far a production RAV4 could be taken with the right aftermarket parts.