Two hybrid concepts to take pride of place: FT-HS and Hybrid X
16 February 2007

Toyota is planning to shout about its hybrid technology at the Geneva motor show in March.

There will be two new hybrid concepts on the Japanese firm's stand – the new Hybrid X, and the sporty FT-HS concept, first shown at Detroit in January.

This teaser photograph is all we get to see of the Hybrid X until March.

Toyota tells us that the Hybrid X "proposes a new design language for Toyota hybrid models, while also serving as a showcase for future hybrid technology."

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