The Toyota FT-Bh concept car will make its debut at the Geneva Motor Show 2012.
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Toyota describes the FT-Bh as an ‘ultra-lightweight, full hybrid city car study.’
It’s designed to ‘achieve low emissions within an economically viable production framework,’ Toyota says, by avoiding expensive materials and complex manufacturing processes.
Toyota will also have the production version of the Yaris Hybrid at the Geneva show. We’ve driven a prototype version of the hybrid-powered supermini, which goes on sale in June.
Toyota’s NS4 and FCV-R concept cars will also make their European debuts at Geneva.
The NS4 is a plug-in hybrid concept car that was unveiled at the Detroit motor show earlier this year. The FCV-R is a hybdrogen-powered concept car that was revealed at the 2012 Tokyo motor show .
Another Tokyo concept car – the Fun-Vii – will be shown at Geneva as the Diji. The entire body of the car serves as a display, which can be changed by the driver.
The production version of the GT 86 coupe will also be at Geneva. We’ve already tested the car, which goes on sale in June.
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