Video: Toyota Gives Us A Look At Electric i-Road Concept Ahead Of Geneva

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The Single, Previously Released, Photo Of The Toyota i-Road Concept.

The Single, Previously Released, Photo Of The Toyota i-Road Concept.

Earlier in February, Toyota showed off a single frame over-head image of its new 1+1 electric concept vehicle, the i-Road.

And other than Toyota saying that it was a zero-emissions personal mobility solution that is “compact, fun” and “capable of swiftly and efficiently transporting two people in an urban environment,” they said nothing else.

Now we have the video teaser equivalent of that statement.

The Toyota i-Road will makes its worldwide debut at the Geneva Motor Show on Tuesday, March 5th, 2013

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4 responses to "Video: Toyota Gives Us A Look At Electric i-Road Concept Ahead Of Geneva"

  1. Warren says:

    I like it already. One of these companies is going to figure out how to market sensible EV’s to regular people. They will never convince “car” people.

  2. kdawg says:

    i-Am Ti-Red of the i-Something

  3. Bill Howland says:

    I wonder if the passenger sits behind the driver, so that this is rather more like an electric motorcycle. (with training wheels)

  4. Warren says:

    Will we again experience sensible cars, in our crumbling infrastruture, on our way back to walking? Probably not. Like Thelma & Louise, we will ride our big iron right off the cliff.

    “the clownish space age-style vehicles that ruled Europe’s rubble-strewn streets after World War II”

    http://www.nytimes.com/2013/02/24/automobiles/tiny-bubbles-causing-a-buzz.html?emc=eta1&_r=0