The Toyota FT-CH Concept Car is a gasoline-electric powered vehicle. It is an expansion of Toyota’s family of hybrid cars. In the growing demand for hybrid and compact cars, Toyota created the FT-CH car as an option for customers.
Toyota FT-CH Car was presented on January 11, 2010 in the annual North American International Auto Show at Detroit, Michigan (or Detroit Auto Show 2010). It was introduced through a press conference by Toyota.
What does the FT-CH stands for? The ‘FT’ means future Toyota and ‘CH’ means compact hybrid. Aside from being a hybrid car, Toyota FT-CH is a compact car and a mini version of the Toyota PRIUS. If compared to the size of PRIUS, it is 22 inches shorter in length and ½ inch shorter in width. It was created this way because cities are now lacking space for the growing population of vehicles.
As a compact hybrid, Toyota FT-CH Concept Car is a possible good competitor of the Honda Skydeck Car that is scheduled for release this 2010. Check out this video provided by Toyota USA.
Toyota FT-CH is projected to be released in 2011. It is a whole new model of Toyota hybrid car and is not a member of the Toyota PRIUS family but a relative of these hybrid cars.