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Toyota FT-HS Hybrid Sports Car Concept 2007

The Toyota FT-HS concept is an example of hybrid propulsion technology applied to a sport car. The two plus two concept is a front engine, rear drive sports car with projected 0-62 mph (0-100 kph) acceleration in the four second range. A powerful V6, 3,5 liter engine is coupled with hybrid system with a target power output of approximately 400 hp. This solution allows for performance combined with efficient fuel consumption and illustrates what could become the sports car of the near future. The Ital Design Alexandro Volta 2004 concept was a previous illustration of the implementation of Toyota hybrid technology with Italian styling

The exterior design was performed by CALTY designer Alex Shen. CALTY is the Toyota design center in California. The roof has a distinctive scooped-out section designed to reduce aerodynamic drag and provide headroom at the key areas. Made from carbon fibre Kevlar, the roof retracts so that the roof panel and back window pivot fluidly in a downward motion to stow in the rear seat space. The FT-HS then becomes a two seats roadster.

The interior features create a dedicated driver's cockpit and was designed by CALTY William Chergosky. A telescoping hub-less steering wheel incorporates semi-automatic paddle shifters and allows the instrument to be shifted forward in order to shorten the driver's focus-time between them and the road.

Dimensions: lenght 170 in.(425 cm), width 73 in.(182 cm), height 50 in.(125 cm)

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