Toyota i-Road

Toyota i-ROAD concept set for world debut at Geneva show

The Toyota i-ROAD, an ultra-compact zero-emissions city car, will make its world debut at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show in March.

The i-ROAD has two seats and is designed as an easy, emissions-free way for people to get around towns and cities.

Our exclusive first image shows the i-ROAD from above, and allows a glimpse at its design; including the slim front wheels, which are mounted outside of the main body, and a 1+1 layout that seats the passenger behind the driver.

A Toyota statement described the i-ROAD as “a compact, fun and emissions-free personal  mobility  concept,  designed  to  offer quick and efficient urban transport for two people.”

The i-ROAD will appear on Toyota’s Geneva Motor Show stand alongside a GT86 convertible concept car named the FT-Open concept, the new RAV4 and the production version of the forthcoming Auris Touring Sports.

Read more of our Geneva Motor Show coverage here.

Comments (3)

    1. Hi Saman
      Thanks for your post.
      We apprecaite your interest in the i-ROAD. As this has just started trials in Europe to help obtain real world data about usage it will be a little while yet before details about pricing will be announced. This also applies regarding introduction as we expect these trials to last for about a year if this helps in terms of timeframe.
      We will be sure to post the latest stories on our Blog about i-ROAD.

  1. Hopefully with a big action radius, from more than 300km!
    We looking for such car on the island to drive, most of the time we driving alone.

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