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Toyota NS4 Plug-In Concept Teaser Video

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On: Tue, Jan 10, 2012 at 10:27AM | By: Chris Weiss


Toyota NS4 Plug-In Concept Teaser Video

Toyota announced last month that it will be bringing a new plug-in hybrid concept to the Detroit Motor Show. While the automaker has left most of the details for the show, it has released a new minute-long teaser video of what it calls the NS4 concept.

The NS4 will showcase the latest green conceptual goings on at Toyota while simultaneously displaying the latest sporty design language. Toyota has called the car an "advanced plug-in hybrid concept" but has not gotten into any details of its powertrain.

The NS4 comes at what's been a very busy time for Toyota. In addition to product debuts like the GT 86 and upcoming Prius C, Toyota has been showcasing green technologies on a variety of new concept vehicles. At the Tokyo Motor Show, Toyota unveiled three concepts, each with its own green solutions. The FCV-R was a fuel cell concept; the FT-V III was an electric city car; and the Fun-Vii was a small commercial car.

Toyota will also have several new Lexus concepts to show in Detroit. The LF-LC concept is a sporty 2 + 2 with rumored hybrid powertrain, and the Lexus LX SUV concept is a preview of the next Lexus LX 530.

While the NS4 is just a concept, Toyota's first plug-in production model is quite close to reality. The Prius Plug-In, which Toyota debuted at the Tokyo Motor Show, will hit the US market this spring.

The teaser video watches more like an art piece or dance video than a legitimate auto teaser, but you do get a few quick peeks at interior equipment, a model NS4 and other concept-specific images.




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Stephy21 | 9:10AM (Wed, Jan 11, 2012)

The video has a complete tease you didn't even get to see the car and you could barely see the interior the clips went to fast. i guess they really want to keep this cars design quite until the auto show.



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