Event Report from 83rd Geneva Motor Show: Compact and Refreshing Mobility Concept, 'TOYOTA i-ROAD' -- Idea for Next-Generation Smart Community


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TOKYO--March 12, 2013: Toyota Motor Corporation and Toyota Motor Sales & Marketing (Toyota) have premiered the "TOYOTA i-ROAD," an ultra-compact, tandem two-seater electric vehicle, at the 83rd Geneva International Motor Show held from March 7 through 17.

The TOYOTA i-ROAD, developed under the theme of compact and refreshing mobility, designed to suit short-distance urban travel while offering enjoyable, environmentally-friendly mobility. It is not offered just as a product but as one of the solutions for realizing a next-generation smart community.

Driving performance demonstrates the features of the TOYOTA i-ROAD at the Geneva Motor Show.

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Exhilarating Driving Performance
The TOYOTA i-ROAD makes an appearance with rhythmic music and dancing performance. It swiftly turns corners and smoothly makes a run to the main stage, demonstrating exhilarating driving.

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