The Japanese based automaker Toyota has recently teased, for the third time, the FT-Bh concept car, ahead of its official debut at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show on the 6th of March.
After releasing a sketch and then some official images with different parts of the car, Toyota has taken another step forward into teasing the FT-Bh Concept, by teasing the model in a video, but even so, we still don’t have any extra details on the vehicle. According to the car manufacturer, the FT-Bh name stands for Future Toyota B-segment hybrid, and this actually is a preview to a future production model which is focusing on five key elements: electricity saving, thermal energy management, powertrain efficiency, aerodynamic performance and low weight.
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.