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Toyota Hi-CT Concept
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The Hi-CT aims to offer a new "coolness" and new ways to have fun as a departure from conventional vehicles-an edgy, urban vehicle inspired by the thinking and lifestyles of youth.
  • Offers a new kind of automotive "cool" and sense of enjoyment.
  • Has a new look unconstrained by conventional vehicle size (length 3,330mm x width 1,695mm x height 1,780mm).
  • Adopts plug-in hybrid technology, which allows it to charge from an external power source and gives it a greater driving range when running on its battery-powered motor; by placing the battery under the floor, achieves a highly efficient cabin with a higher driver position.
  • Comes with an AC100V accessory socket that enables stored electricity-made possible by plug-in hybrid technology-to be used for a variety of applications.
  • Features a removable rear trunk and a deck where surfboards, bicycles and other equipment can be loaded.

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I will never understand these guys, putting 12" rims on phone booths and calling it a car.

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1st impression: laugh-out-loud ugly

Upon continued looking at it... still ugly, but the idea has potential... maybe. They forgot to build the rear part of the cabin. Interior might as well be thrown out & redone. Exterior needs major restyle for hope, but might have some... maybe.

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Toyota Toaster is what they should call it.

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