Geneva will mark the world debut for Hybrid X, which is a showcase for Toyota’s future hybrid technology.
The FT-HS (future Toyota hybrid sports) is a sports car for the 21st century, with a front-engine, rear-wheel drive configuration and 0-62mph acceleration in 4.0 seconds.
Geneva will also host the first European appearance of the new three-door Auris, presented in a new body colour and fitted with a special wheel design.
Full details of Toyota’s environmental strategy and the new models will be provided at the Toyota press conference, scheduled for March 6 at the Geneva Motor Show.
The first sneak preview of Toyota's Hybrid X concept
Lexus is presenting the European premiere of its new F-marque at the Geneva motor show, with the new IS-F sports saloon and LF-A supercar concept taking centre stage.
The IS-F is powered by a sports-tuned 5.0-litre V8 that delivers more than 400bhp. Acceleration from 0-62mph takes 4.9 seconds and top speed is a governed 168mph.
The transmission is based on Lexus’s eight-speed automatic, which made its debut last year in the new LS 460.
The Lexus LF-A is the Lexus sports engineering team’s first energy-efficient supercar concept. It is powered by a racing-inspired 5.0-litre V10 engine generates more than 500bhp, giving the LF-A a top speed of 200mph.
Lexus will also unveil its new LS 600h at Geneva. It is powered by a 5.0-litre V8 which uses Lexus’s D-4S and VVTi-E engine technology to boost performance and reduce emissions, noise and vibration.
Further news will be released at the Lexus press conference on March 6.