Hybrid technology and new design are the main topics of Toyota’s presence at the Geneva Motor Show. Japanese manufacturer announced today the official main news – concepts and production vehicles – which visitors can admire the salon starting March 4.
As world premiere in Geneva, Toyota presents production version of the model Auris HSD (Hybrid Synergy Drive) – a pattern that marks a significant step program to bring one Toyota hybrid power train in every model range by 2020.
Built in Britain, HSD Auris will make its debut before being sold across Europe since this summer.
Toyota Prius Plug-In Hybrid and fully electric concept FT-EV will be presented at the European premiere. New generation fuel cell hybrid vehicle, FCHV-adv will be also the Toyota stand, showing one of the many applications of the Hybrid Synergy Drive system.
Toyota FT-86 concept sports will also make his debut in the European premiere at the Geneva Motor Show, represents the vision of a car manufacturer created around the driver, very aerodynamic, rear-wheel drive.
Toyota RAV4 compact SUV in 2010 will be one of the main points of attraction of the Toyota stand at Geneva, with a more sophisticated design and a refined interior. With Toyota Optimal Drive power train, the new RAV4 in 2010 will be one of the most “clean” cars in its segment.