A few years back, Toyota saw fit to remind the motoring public that it knew how to build a sporty-looking two-seat sportscar with the FT-HS. Not surprisingly, the concept featured a hybrid powertrain adapted from the Prius. Could Toyota be working on something along these lines for a future production vehicle?
Honda is all set to corner the small, two-door hybrid "sporty" car market with its CR-Z coupe, but rumors now indicate that Nissan could have a little something up its corporate sleeves along a similar vein as well. Powered by a 1.5 liter four cylinder engine along with an electric motor of undetermined size, this hybrid would be based on the same platform as Nissan's Tiida economy car. The small hatchback would be intended primarily for Europe, and we have no idea if the concept is being consid
All right, ladies and gentlemen, step right up. Tonight on the AutoblogGreen showroom we'd like to introduce you to our latest (maybe greatest) feature: photo galleries. We'll have high-resolution images up soon for the big news car of the day, the Chevy Volt, and until then – and to kind of test out the system – here are some pictures of the Toyota FT-HS. You've read about this hybrid sports car concept vehicle that will be officially unveiled at the NAIAS this week already, but how
Jeremy mentioned Toyota's new hybrid sports car concept vehicle, the FT-HS, the other day, but now Toyota has sent out a press release (read it after the jump) with a few more precious details on this 21st Century sports car. The Toyota FT-HS concept will officially debuts this weekend at the Detroit Auto Show, so for the time being, Toyota is only releasing "preliminary specifications." They are as follows: