FT-Bh Concept (2012)

Key Features:

  • New Toyota concept targets minimised emissions from a vehicle that uses economically viable technologies and manufacturing methods
  • Longer than a Yaris, but 25 per cent lighter thanks to comprehensive weight-saving
  • High aerodynamic efficiency, with 0.235 drag coefficient
  • Full hybrid powertrain featuring high-efficiency two-cylinder 1.0-litre petrol engine
  • Average 134.5 mpg and 49g/km CO2 emissions – new performance benchmarks for a full hybrid vehicle
  • World premier at the 2012 Geneva motor show

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6 March 2012

Toyota Engineers a Super-efficient and Affordable Hybrid Future with the FT-Bh Concept

Toyota’s new FT-Bh concept is a vehicle designed to take the efficiency of full hybrid vehicles to new heights. Making its debut at the Geneva motor show, it is an ultra-light concept, weighing less than 800kg, which demonstrates what can be achieved in terms of fuel consumption and CO2 emissions in an affordable family supermini.

2 March 2012

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22 February 2012

Toyota FT-Bh Concept: Taking Efficiency to New Heights

Toyota’s FT-Bh concept, Future Toyota B-segment Hybrid, breaks new boundaries in small car efficiency. It’s as spacious as an average five-door supermini, but produces about 50 per cent less CO2, and tipping the scales at under 800kg, it weighs less than a three-door Aygo.

10 February 2012

Future Hybrids, fun and more from Toyota at Geneva

The rejuvenation of Toyota can be witnessed “in the metal” at the Geneva motor show, with a display of future showroom and concept models, shown in Europe for the first time.

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