Toyota is on its way to the 2010 North American International Auto Show and its bringing along with them a new hybrid concept car. While specifications behind the car have yet to be revealed, rumors are circulating that the new hybrid concept car will be smaller than the Prius and will be see the production possibly as soon as 2011.

Toyota reveals teaser photos of new hybrid concept
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Along with the announcement of the new hybrid concept’s attendance in the first auto show of 2010, Toyota has also released teaser photos of the new car, which, according to the Japanese auto giant, will be revealed at a press conference that’s scheduled to take place on January 11 at the Riverview Ballrom at COBO Hall.

Keep checking back here for further details surrounding the press conference, including the exact time and schedule of the event, which Toyota will announce in the coming weeks.

Press release after the jump.

Toyota to Debut Dedicated Hybrid Concept at 2010 North American International Auto Show

TORRANCE, Calif., Dec. 14 /PRNewswire/ — Toyota Motor Sales, USA, Inc. will stage the world debut of a new dedicated hybrid concept vehicle during the 2010 North American International Auto Show in Detroit.

The vehicle will be revealed during a news conference held on Monday, January 11th in the Riverview Ballroom at COBO Hall. News conference schedules are being finalized and exact timing will be revealed in the coming weeks.

Source: Toyota

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3 comments:

  (345) posted on 03.4.2010

I already said that I like the new Toyota Hybrid and everything in it but if that is their only color I’d rather walk than drive that one.

  (815) posted on 01.11.2010

Tard, are you a newbie or what? Toyota sales in 2009 was successful and have released huge number of Toyota units.

  (808) posted on 12.20.2009

I don’t see any improvement and even the teaser seems not that interesting IMO. Of course it’s too early to criticize Toyota Hybrid Concept but if this teaser will be the basis of getting the eyes of a car enthusiast, we’ll expect it to be a flop.

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