Russian automaker Yo-Auto is currently taking pre-orders for its trio of hybrid vehicles, which are slated to arrive in 2012. The triumvirate consists of a coupe, hatchback and truck, and they are all referred to as Yo-Mobiles. It seems the automaker has other vehicles in mind as well, because a rather unique concept car has been mocked up that will make its debut at the 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show.

The Yo-Concept is not destined for production. Let's get that right out of the way. Yo-Auto executives, however, want the styling of the concept vehicle to serve as a design leader for future vehicles down the road.

The most unique feature of the Yo-Concept has to be the operation of the doors. They don't open outward, like traditional automotive ports of entry, but instead slide up and to the rear of the vehicle. The resulting entryway is quite large, and you can see it for yourself in the gallery renderings or the video, which is posted after the jump.


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