The Japanese based automaker Toyota has recently announced its plans to introduce the i-Road Concept during the 2013 Geneva Motor Show in March.
The Toyota i-Road Concept is a futuristic model with a 1+1 seat arrangement which is “copying” the original design of the ‘30s vehicles. The Toyota i-Road Concept has been described as a zero-emission vehicle, which is fund to drive, offering quick and efficient urban mobility for two people on the 1+1 tandem seating. The i-Road has a good chance of becoming a production car, under a different shape and name, which might go against the VW Up! and its Czech and Spanish brothers.
According to the car manufacturer, besides the i-Road Concept, Toyota will also bring the new generation of the RAV4 to the same Geneva Motor Show. The model will get a choice of three engines in Europe, the 2.0 liter D-4D diesel with 148 HP, the 2.2 liter D-4D diesel and the 2.0 liter petrol with 156 HP. The final production version of the Auris Touring Sport will also be unveiled in Geneva, along with the GT 86 Convertible Concept. More details on these models will be announced during the Swiss automotive event next month.
by Cristian Gnaticov
) - Friday, February 1st, 2013 - filed under Concept Cars
, Geneva Motor Show
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