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2010 Toyota FT-CH Hybrid- Intel

Toyota looks to add a sporty edge to its hybrid portfolio with the Toyota FT-CH Hybrid concept car.

May 4, 2010

More Hybrid Hijinx

Toyota looks to add a sporty edge to its hybrid portfolio with the FT-CH concept car that was recently unveiled at the 2010 North American International Auto Show in Detroit. At 22 inches shorter in overall length and about an inch narrower than the Prius, the FT-CH will be more fuel-efficient than its sibling. Toyota did not disclose any mechanical details about the concept but indicated it wants to move a million hybrids a year globally so we better embrace the fact that future tuner cars will need hopped-up electric motors as well as turbo conversion upgrades. Sounds great, check those brakes. - EG

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