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Toyota Hi-CT

Toyota Hi-CT

Toyota Hi-CT interior
Make Toyota
Model Hi-CT
Concept year 2007
Production year -
Engine 1.5 L petrol + electric

The Toyota Hi-CT is a city car concept which was revealed at the 2007 Tokyo Motor Show.

In Toyota's words the Hi-CT concept is designed to deliver a new "coolness" inspired by "the thinking and lifestyles of youth".

For a small car the styling of the Toyota Hi-CT is chunky and bold. The high sides and short windows exaggerate the truck-like design. At the rear of the Toyota Hi-CT concept there is a removable trunk and a deck where surfboards, bicycles and other equipment can be stowed.

The funky Toyota Hi-CT is powered by a hybrid drivetrain which uses a 1.5 litre engine and an electric motor. The under-floor mounted battery can be recharged from the mains. The location of the battery has the effect of raising the drivers position giving better visibility, while also lowering the vehicles center of gravity. The Hi-CT is also fitted with an 100V socket which allows power from the battery to be used for any electrical device.


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