The first is a close up shot of the rear from the three-quarter position, but the second is a little more difficult to make out. It seems to be a strange headlight design with incorporated LED lamps.
Toyota has released a second set of teaser images for the new FT-Bh Concept car that will be unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show on March 6th. It follows the first teaser image which revealed a sporty coupe profile and these latest images reveal a little bit more.
The first is a close up shot of the rear from the three-quarter position, but the second is a little more difficult to make out. It seems to be a strange headlight design with integrated LED lamps.
When we do finally see what the concept looks like, we should be previewing a new model that the Japanese brand intend to build. The FT-Bh label of the concept is short for Future Toyota B-segment hybrid and it focuses on five key elements: low weight, aerodynamic performance, powertrain efficiency, thermal energy management and electricity saving.
The five-door Toyota FT-Bh super-mini concept will weigh less than 800kg (1764lbs) and boast emissions that are 50 percent lower than the average production model in its class. There are no specific details on what engine will achieve the emissions target other than to say it is a down-sized full hybrid powertrain.