Toyota has released new official images with the i-Road Concept, ahead of its public debut scheduled for the 2013 Geneva Motor Show, on the 5th of March.
After it was teased and then unveiled not too long ago, the newest creation signed by Toyota, the i-Road Concept, is being placed into the spotlights once again, this time with the Japanese based automaker releasing more official images with the model. According to the car manufacturer, the Toyota i-Road Concept is a weather proof vehicle which can transport two people in tandem. The model in question has been designed for urban use and it’s a zero-emission vehicle which will probably hit the market soon.
The Toyota i-Road Concept is 2,350 mm long, 1,445 mm tall and it’s riding on a 1,700 mm wheelbase. The model has a curb weight of 300 kg (661 lbs) and it’s riding on 80/80R16 tires at the front and 130/170R10 tires in the rear. Power to the Toyota i-Road Concept is being provided by two electric motors, each of them fitted on a front wheel, which are “helped” by the lithium-ion battery. Total range of the i-Road is 30 miles (48 km) and the model can reach a top speed of 28 mph (45 km/h).