Toyota has released full details about the i-Road concept bound for Geneva debut on Tuesday.

Toyota has released full details about the i-Road concept bound for Geneva debut on Tuesday.

The three-wheeler promises to deliver "motorcycle-like maneuverability" and has been designed specifically for urban use. The tandem two-seater compact EV is 2350mm long, 1445mm tall and features a 1700mm wheelbase. It has a curb weight of just 300 kg (661 lbs) and rides on 80/80 R16 and 130/170 R10 (front/rear) tires.

Power comes from two 2 kW motors installed in the front wheels which draw their power from a lithium-ion battery. The setup enables the i-Road concept to have a maximum range of approximately 30 miles (48.2 km) and reach a top speed of 28 mph (45 km/h). It takes three hours to charge the battery via a domestic power supply.

Toyota mentions the electric concept benefits from "Active Lean" technology which can automatically control the vehicle's body angle to provide a stable ride.

Read the press release below for more information.

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