Toyota to Introduce “Hybrid X” at Geneva Show
14 February 2007
|A hint of the Hybrid X. Click to enlarge.|
At the upcoming Geneva Motor Show in March, Toyota will introduce a new hybrid concept it is calling “Hybrid X”—a concept car that it says proposes a new design language for hybrid models while also acting as a technology showcase for future hybrid cars.
Toyota says it will use the show to restate its commitment to finding and implementing solutions that make cars less of an environmental burden.
The company will also display the FT-HS, first introduced at the North American International Auto Show in January—a front-engine, rear-drive concept sports car with a projected 0-100 km/h acceleration in the four-second range. (Earlier post.)
Toyota will also display a three-door version of Auris in an exclusive body colour and fitted with special wheel design. The Toyota Avensis, Toyota’s flagship model in Europe, is upgraded with premium features, including a new touch-screen full map navigation. Toyota will provide details of its environmental strategy and new models on 6 March.
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