Toyota to Debut i-Road Personal Mobility Concept at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show

Making debut this year at Geneva International Motor Show, the Toyota i-Road is a three-wheeler personal mobility concept that has motorcycle-like maneuverability.

Measuring approximately 92.5-inch long, 33.5-inch wide and 56.9-inch tall, the Toyota i-Road Concept features an ultra-compact body that not only offers outstanding maneuverability, but minimizes parking space.  Therefore, the vehicle is suitable for urban areas.

The i-Road concept is shielded with a roof and doors that not only provides riding comfort, but allows passengers to travel without helmets.

Offering space for two – sitting in tandem, the Toyota i-Road is powered by an electric powertrain generating zero emissions.  Its driving range on a single charge is about 31 miles.










source: japanesesportcars

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