We’ve seen some cool Toyota concept vehicles from Toyota this year.
Here is a little more info on Toyota’s latest concept cars.
This four-door sedan was unveiled at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. The NS4 has a sleek profile and includes pre-collision radar. The headlights also self-adjust to avoid glare. A solar panel covers the roof to recharge the battery.
According to the Toyota press release, the car contains futuristic styling with a new take on aerodynamics.
This is a hybrid car that was unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show. This five-door hatchback resembles the Prius. However it has some very modern lines to it. This car is fueled by compressed natural gas.
According to reports, the FT-Bh could achieve an average of 134.5 miles per gallon. The concept car weighs just 1,733 pounds.
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