Toyota reveals important clues about the future of driving


toyota tril concept teaser


While most automakers are pumping out SUVs, Toyota is looking to go smaller.


The Japanese automaker unveiled its i-TRIL concept car at the Geneva Motor Show that ran March 9-19. The futuristic two-seater is meant to showcase a "viable alternative" to traditional segment cars for people who typically drive in urban environments, Toyota said at the time.

Toyota doesn't have any current plans to produce a version of the i-TRIL, but the concept shows how it's researching different transport options for city dwellers. Scroll down for a closer look:

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