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Another look at Toyota's Geneva-bound FT-Bh concept

3 years agoVehicles / Cars : Car Tech

(Credit: Toyota) What we could only glimpse as an overexposed silhouette yesterday begins to take solid form today. Toyota has just released two new teaser photos and a video heralding the arrival of its latest hybrid concept, the FT-Bh. Along with the media, we also got a smattering of details about this concept. For starters, the Future Toyota B-segment Hybrid (FT-Bh) is expected to weigh less than 800 kg (or about 1,764 pounds), making it lighter than Toyota's tiny Aygo--lighter even than the first-generation Mazda Miata by about 300-400 pounds! Toyota also claims that this B-segment five-door will be more spacious than its current B-segment Yaris five-door (and obviously more efficient), plus it will be more aerodynamically slippery than the upcoming GT 86 (the Scion FR-S in the U.
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