Toyota has unveiled some seriously unique models at this year’s Tokyo Auto Show. The three models that drew the most attention include the all-new Prius, the C-HR Concept, and the FCV Plus. Dedicated towards improving fuel economy and reducing emissions, these models have some innovative features.
According to Toyota, the new Prius will have a sleek new style. This hybrid will be made to look more sporty and athletic thanks to a lower center of gravity, contoured lines, and bold colors. Under the hood, an upgraded hybrid system has over 40% thermal efficiency and a large boost in fuel economy.
The Toyota C-HR Concept is a futuristic compact crossover. Setting new standards for urban-friendly SUVs everywhere, this model looks one-of-a-kind. With precision-cut gemstone surfaces, a low grille, and swooping silhouette, you could recognize this model from a mile away. It doesn’t just look pretty, though: the C-HR has lightweight hybrid system that’s both efficient and powerful.
Finally, the FCV is out of this world. The body has a distinct frame structure to convey advanced technology and environmental performance. Plus, under the hood this model has a pressurized hydrogen fuel system, making clean-burning, fast-filling, and renewable energy.