Toyota Unveils FT-CH Concept At 2010 Detroit Auto Show

Toyota debuted the FT-CH hybrid concept in Detroit today. The new concept is 22 inches shorter than the Prius and an inch narrower.

Toyota debuted the FT-CH hybrid concept in Detroit Auto show today. The new concept is 22 inches shorter than the Prius and an inch narrower. Being more compact in size and lighter in weight than the firm’s bread-and-butter hybrid model, means that if the FT-CH were to be produced, it would be even more fuel efficient than the Prius.

Toyota didn’t offer many hard details on the concept, but did express its commitment toward producing a variety of hybrids in the future. The company stated that it intends to sell a million hybrids per year, with the majority being sold in North America. To accomplish the goal, Toyota has total of eight brand new hybrid models slated for production over the coming years. [via Carscoop]

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