Toyota has begun testing the impressive i-Road on its local auto market, as the model in question is believed to become an attractive vehicle in some parts of Asia and also on the Old Continent.
After being officially introduced back in 2013, the brand new Toyota i-Road Concept is being placed into the spotlights once again, this time with an announcement made by the Japanese based automaker. According to the company, the model in question has recently began testing and the first prototypes can be seen in the video posted below, with a number of changes which improve its maneuverability, its visibility and other parts.
Toyota will eventually ask users to provided a feedback on everything from the driving feel from driver satisfaction and only after some calculations will be made, the decision on whether to put it into production or not will be made. The concept car was weighing just 300 kg (661 lbs) and it stood at 2,350 mm in length, 1,445 mm in height and it was riding on a 1,700 mm long wheelbase. Power was being provided by two electric motors, each fitted on a front wheel, mated to al lithium-ion battery. Top speed stood at 45 km/h (28 mph) and the total range at 48 km (30 miles).
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