A new concept car has been revealed by Toyota at this year’s Geneva International Auto Show. Toyota FT-Bh is a four-seat vehicle concept which measures 3,985 mm long, 1,695 mm in width, and 1,400 mm tall while it has a wheelbase of 2,570 mm. This new Toyota concept has a weight of 786 kg as it was built using a combination of aluminium, magnesium, and also high-tensile steel on its construction.
Toyota FT-Bh concept comes with a hybrid drive system that fully developed by the company. It almost 90 kg lighter when compared to the Toyota Prius’ Hybrid Synergy Drive system. This four-door concept will emits a 49 g/km CO2 and has 134.5 mpg (57.2 km/l) fuel consumption with the new 1.0-liter Atkinson cycle petrol two-cylinder engine.
Toyota says, the concept was made in order to develop and improve the efficiency of the hybrid drive system. The aerodynamics, thermal energy management, and electricity savings of the concept has been improved by the company as well as reducing its weight.
Equipped with a low rolling resistance tires, Toyota FT-Bh concept comes with an underfloor spoiler, a special air outlet slit, air curtain intakes, and also air-stream alloy wheels.