We had the first news of the Toyota FT-Bh Hybrid Concept a few weeks ago when we reported on Toyota’s debuts at the Geneva Motor Show. And now, with Geneva just a couple of weeks away, Toyota has delivered up a couple of new teaser photos of the FT-Bh and a teaser video.
Toyota are billing the FT-Bh as a future B-Segment hybrid with high fuel efficiency and built using economically viable methods and materials - basically, a low-cost city hybrid runaround. Toyota are claiming CO2 emissions around half the current average for the supermini sector and weighs in at under 800kg.
We’re assuming the Toyota FT-Bh isn’t a plug-in Hybrid, but if it is – and the likely cost is as keen as Toyota are implying – then the FT-Bh should be a cracking little city car. True, it will be more transport than the ‘Drive’, but that’s really all you need in a congested urban environment.
The Toyota FT-Bh Hybrid Concept will debut at Geneva when we may get more idea of Toyota’s plans for a production hybrid supermini.
Toyota FT-Bh Hybrid Concept Photo Gallery
(3 photos – click any thumbnail for full size)