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Toyota is to reveal a concept called i-Road at the Geneva Motor Show next month. No details as yet beyond the fact that it’s a tandem-stylee two-seater ‘personal mobility concept’ for quick, efficient and emissions-free urban transport, designed to be compact and “fun”. Not as much fun, perhaps, as the FT-86 Open concept also due to make its debut, however… Lexus, meanwhile, is to launch the IS 300h saloon and show off its latest iteration of the LF-LC hybrid coupe concept.
- Latest news on the putative rebirth of Bristol: a concept, featuring a range-extended electric powertrain with small rotary engine, may appear at the Goodwood Festival of Speed this summer, reports Autocar.
- Research for the UKH2Mobility Project forecasts over 1.5million hydrogen-powered vehicles on UK Roads by 2030. The government-industry consortium concluded that up to 10% of new car buyers “will be receptive to fuel cell vehicles when first…
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