Toyota i-ROAD Concept Revealed Ahead of Geneva Debut

Toyota i-ROAD concept is a compact, all-electric, three-wheeled personal mobility vehicle (PMV) with an enclosed two-seater cabin where two adults can sit in tandem.

The i-ROAD 2350mm long, 1455mm tall with a wheelbase of 1700mm. It is just 850mm wide, meaning it is not much wider than a conventional two-wheeler.

Power comes from two 2kW electric motors installed in the front wheels and the range from a full charge is up to 30 miles.

The ‘Active Lean’ technology automatically controls vehicle’s stability and body angle making it easier to drive, as there is no need to stabilise the vehicle when manoeuvring at low speed, or when stationary.

Toyota i-ROAD concept will make its public debut tomorrow at the Geneva Motor Show.

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