February 14, 2008 Launched as a concept at the 2007 Frankfurt Motor Show, a market-ready version of the Toyota iQ will debut Geneva next month. A compact urban vehicle that can can carry three people in comfort despite being less than three meters long, Toyota hopes the iQ will change the entrenched wisdom that buying a small car means less comfort and a compromise on safety.
Also headlining for Toyota at the Geneva motor show is the company's first sports utility vehicle range in the small car segment - the Urban Cruiser - which has evolved from the 2006 concept. The Toyota 1/X Plug-in Hybrid concept and the i-Real personal mobility concept will also be on display.
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