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Toyota FT-EV III Concept

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Toyota FT-EV III

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The Toyota FT-EV III is a concept car introduced by Toyota back in 2011. It is a zero-emission electric car that completely runs on electric power. This blue concept car was first unveiled at the 2011 Tokyo Motor Show and now at the 2012 Bangkok International Motor Show. It is small, cute, and easy-to-navigate, and ideal for someone who drives less than 50 miles a day.

Powered by an electric motor and lithium-ion battery, this car clearly tells the audience what can be created by the technology today although it is not available for sale yet. As Toyota always said, “right place, right time, and right vehicle”. When the right time comes, we will certainly see this car available for sales in the market. Toyota fans, be patient!

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