The Toyota EX-I was 1 of 3 cars Toyota presented at the 1969 Tokyo Motor Show. It was a 2-seater concept sports car, with styling emphasis on aerodynamics. A roof mounted spoiler was raised and lowered electrically to increase stability at high speed. The Toyota EX-I is styled specifically for long distance driving at high speeds. Twin exhausts and hood scoops implied an engine larger than normally used on Japanese cars. While the EX-II was never intended for production, it served as a design reference for the original Toyota Celica.