New Toyota FT-Bh Concept Hybrid Car Can give you 112 mpg in The U.S.

Looking for a best hybrid car than nothing strands ahead of Toyota, you the success of 2012 Aqua Hybrid which bagged 12,0000 booking in 1month and rocked  the world market but this Toyota brings you more efficient and innovative hybrid car,  the next generation  FT-Bh Concept which unveiled at  2012 Geneva Motor. You know this light wight hybrid  car coming to give you mind blowing  112 mpg in the U.S.

This innovative hybrid car weight only 1,729-pound and  dimension is 13-feet, 4-inches long, 5-feet, 6-inches wide, and 4-feet, 7-inches tall.  It’s powered  by a THS II system utilizing a lithium-ion battery merged with 1.0-liter two-cylinder, long-stroke Atkinson cycle gasoline engine that drives the front wheels.

“This  ultra-efficient compact vehicle offers you  4-person seating space and  less than 4 meters long. This concept shows what can be done when every aspect of the car is designed to reduce emissions. In fact it combines full hybrid efficiency, advanced aerodynamics and ultra-lightness. All achieved at a cost-level appropriate for a high-volume B-segment car. With a weight of less than 800 kilos – it doesn’t use expensive materials. It is anticipated to deliver fuel consumption of around 2 litres per 100 kilometers. And CO2 emissions are projected at below 50 grammes. That’s less than half the current B segment average”. According to Toyota.
At last I would like to say that upcoming Toyota FT-Bh CONCEPT is going to rule the world market because it’s combines  of style, luxury and performance with innovative technology.  What you think? Please be open to give your view.

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  1. Could you tell me you have ” New Toyota FT-Bh Concept Hybrid ” in stock or not. I ‘d like to buy 1 of it. If you have it please let me know all the price of that car. I probably follow your direction to take a drive. Please let me know as soon as possible. Thank you so muck.
    Huy Nguyen.

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