Toyota subsidiary Toyota Auto Body has created the Coms Concept Ultra Compact EV for Tokyo
30 November 2011

Toyota subsidiary Toyota Auto Body has created this quirky one-seat electric commuter car for the Tokyo motor show.

The Coms Concept Ultra Compact EV has no doors and is 2400mm long, 1095mm wide and 1465mm high.

See an image of the Coms Concept Ultra Compact EV at Tokyo

The Renault Twizy-style model is able to carry small loads in a lockable storage bin at the rear.

Power comes from a 5kw, 40nm electric motor that offers a 31-mile range.

The top speed of the concept, which weighs just 405kg, is approximately 37mph.

Mark Tisshaw

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