The Japanese based automaker Toyota has recently released the first presentation video with the i-Road Concept, showing an animation of the model being driven in the city.
The Toyota i-Road Concept is the company’s newest creation and it was officially presented to the public during the 2013 Geneva Motor Show, last month. The model is expected to enter production and judging by its appearance and electric powertrain it might be a direct rival for the Renault Twizy. Toyota says that the i-Road is a weather proof vehicle which can transport two people in tandem.
The Toyota i-Road Concept is powered by two electric motors, each of them fitted on a front wheel, connected to a lithium-ion battery. The model in question can reach a top speed of up to 45 km/h (28 mph) and it has a total range of 48 km (30 miles). The i-Road Concept has a curb weight of just 300 kg (661 lbs) and the model is 2,350 mm long, 1,445 mm tall and it’s riding on a wheelbase of 1,700 mm. Additional details on the Toyota i-Road Concept remain unknown for the moment.