Tokyo Motor Show: Toyota Hi-CT
Toyota's presence at the Tokyo Motor Show has been markedly unremarkable, with four concepts debuting that have done little to excite those of us in attendance. One of the more interesting, and to an extent, plausible models is the Hi-CT concept, which we originally described as the unholy union of a Mac truck and a locomotive. Seeing the Hi-CT in person provided a better perspective of what Toyota was after – namely an economical way of getting a couple of people to and fro along with their "active lifestyle" accoutrements. Of all the concepts shown by Toyota, the Hi-CT was one of our favorites, if for no other reason than it had a clear purpose that was thoughtfully and originally executed.
Our original post has more details and we've added a handful of live shots to our press pic gallery.
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