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The Fun-Vii stands for "Fun Vehicle interactive internet." The only image released so far shows a man with pictures of a car on his mobile phone, presumably projecting the image onto the side of the car.
Toyota's concept cars usually get the prefix FT, which stands for future Toyota, but the FT-EV III concept will be on sale next year, albeit with a different name
Planned to be in showrooms in 2015, the FCV-R stands for "Fuel Cell Vehicle - Reality & Revolution"
The Aqua plug-in hybrid is slightly smaller than the Prius but will be very aggressively priced when it goes on sale in Japan before the end of this year
From top left, the Aqua, FT-EV III, FCV-R and Fun-Vii
The layout of the electric iQ as shown in Geneva earlier this year, plus the existing gas-powered iQ.
The two plug-in electric hybrids to be shown in Tokyo - the Prius at left, and the Aqua at right.
The Toyota Prius C is due in American showrooms in Spring 2012 and delivers in excess of 50 mpg around town
The Prius C contains a raft of premium in-car electronics, in a five-door configuration: BluetoothÂ® hands-free phone connectivity, steering-wheel audio controls, and nine airbags will be among the standard features
The world's largest automaker has been slow off the mark in the race to bring electric vehicles to market, but it is now playing catch up at a fearsome rate, and we'll see the first of its new range of electric vehicles two weeks from now at the Tokyo Motor Show. The first Toyota EV (top right) will be a four-seater based on the iQ with a range of 65 miles (100 km) and it will hit showrooms next year. It is one of several new cars set to be shown, including a smaller, cheaper plug-in hybrid named the Aqua (top left - on sale in Japan THIS year), a plug-in version of the Prius hybrid and a hydrogen fuel cell midsize sedan (bottom left) to go on sale in 2015. The most intriguing of its Tokyo exhibits is the (bottom right) Fun-Vii concept “where people, cars and society are linked”. All we know is that the two “i”s stand for interactive and internet. As many details as are known inside.
Read the full article: Toyota planning electric car and smaller plug-in hybrid for sale in America next year
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