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Toyota FT-HS : 2007

Hybrid Sports Concept.
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$40,000 3.5 liter V6 400.0 2007
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Toyota will unveil the FT-HS Hybrid Sports Concept the 2007 Detroit auto show. A two-door sports coupe that could provide clues to the next Supra.


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Toyota says the 400 horsepower hybrid would do zero to 60 mph in around four seconds, and cost somewhere between $30,000 and $40,000.

Power comes from a 3.5 liter V6 coupled with the electric motor used in the GS 450h. The car seats four and has a 50:50 weight balance.


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Before we get to the rest of the concept images, from Larson (in Germany) comes this, what I believe to be a much more attractive "production" rendering as published in the February issue of Road & Track magazine. (as seen at bottom of this page) (source: Lars).

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The February issue of Road & Track magazine.

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