Toyota has filed a trademark for the name “TJ Cruiser” with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), which suggests that a new model may soon join its SUV and crossover line-up. Could this be the name of the successor to the now discontinued FJ Cruiser?

Toyota hasn’t confirmed anything of the sort yet, and filing trademarks is a pretty normal occurrence for companies to secure the names of possible future models. However, should Toyota want to use the TJ Cruiser nameplate, it is likely that a production version of the FT-4X will be the prime recipient.

The concept first made its debut at this year’s New York International Auto Show (NYIAS), where despite its rugged apperance, it is actually slightly smaller than the C-HR, riding on the same Toyota New Global Architecture (TNGA).

Toyota touts the vehicle as an SUV designed for millennials who would prefer “casualcore” urban adventures, rather than hardcore ones like tackling the Baja 500. Therefore, should the FT-4X be made into a replacement for the FJ Cruiser, it’ll certainly require severe improvements to its off-road prowess. Expect the concept’s styling and quirky features to be toned down in production guise as well.

GALLERY: Toyota FT-4X concept