Toyota will be bringing to next month's Geneva Motor Show the i-Road concept, Auris Touring Sports and RAV4.
The concept represents a zero-emission study featuring a 1+1 tandem-seating configuration designed for urban use. Toyota says it's "a compact, fun and emission-free personal mobility concept" that has been created to provide "quick and efficient urban transport for two people."
The production version of the Auris Touring Sports will be shown for the first time after last September's debut of the concept in Paris. It is scheduled to go on sale in Europe this summer and will be available with the same engines as the hatchback.
As for the RAV4, it will make its first appearance in Europe and will go on sale next month with a choice of three engines: a new 2.0-liter D-4D diesel, a 2.2-liter D-4D and a 2.0-liter gasoline unit. The car will be showcased along with two design studies known as RAV4 Premium and RAV4 Adventure.