The Japanese based automaker Toyota has recently released a teaser image with an upcoming model, named the FT-Bh, which will be officially presented to the public at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show next month.
According to the car manufacturer, the upcoming Toyota FT-Bh will come as an innovative compact city car, in a concept form, which is promising an approach to reducing the overall CO2 emissions of a similar model. Toyota says that during the manufacturing process of the new Ft-Bh city car, expensive raw materials were specially avoided and the ones common within the industry were chosen, and this is an important step into making the model a viable car for the future.
The Toyota FT-Bh concept is coming with a hybrid powertrain but even if some details were announced on the model, the automaker didn’t say anything about its performance, size, CO2 emissions, fuel consumption or anything like that, so we still have to wait for the European automotive event next month to find out more about it. Besides the FT-Bh concept, the Japanese manufacturer will also present, during the Geneva Motor Show, the NS4 and the FCV-R concept cars, as well as the production version of the GT 86, along with the Yaris hybrid.