|12th March 2007, 07:50||#1|
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Japanese automaker Toyota has showcased their Hybrid X concept at Geneva. With this, the company has now introduced a brand new design theme for their cars.
The company with this new model has proposed how the modern hybrid cars should look and feel like. The Toyota Hybrid X is designed as a four-door, four-seat open-space concept.
The concept vehicle also extends the use of its Hybrid Synergy Drive. The company said that the car follows the core values of the Toyota brand design philosophy under two consistent themes: J-Factor and Vibrant Clarity.
Interior designer, Laurent Bouzige spoke about this product: “Hybrid X is conceived as a multi-sensory experience. There is a formal style in the shape of the vehicle and the material used but every other reaction is linked to the passengers’ senses of sound, smell, sight and touch through interactive ambience.”
This concept vehicle has been designed and developed by the Toyota’s European styling centre, ED2, in the south of France.
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|12th March 2007, 10:26||#5|
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The Honda hybrid showcased might be the one aimed at Asian markets (especially the IMA in that). Does anyone think so ?