• Allan Ringel Posted: 12/22/2008 7:33pm PST

    Can't wait!

  • Bernie Posted: 12/23/2008 1:29am PST

    It'd be the oddest thing to see these cars (SMART, Prius, electrics, etc.) in a race. But with exactly the same amount of gas/therms of fuel to see who got to an endpoint.

  • Bernie Posted: 12/23/2008 1:38am PST

    I feel like the Monkey who's trying to write Shakespeare's sonnets, I keep pinging on my computer and submitting comments, but they don't show up.
    Cool car though, good one for the short runs.

  • Bernie Posted: 12/23/2008 1:40am PST

    I keep pinging but the comments don't show.
    like the Monkey trying to write Shakespeare's sonnets on the typewriter.
    Cool Car though, for in town quick zip rides.

  • Aaron Allen Posted: 2/4/2009 8:58pm PST

    "Retired technician"

    The FT-EV, Subaru R1e, and other BEVs shud be sold in a value-leader version [DC batteries, no
    spacey accessories, plain steel wheels and LT-tires. Std size steering wheel [w/airbag], std
    brakes, roll up/dn windows, low-cost HVAC, for
    Seniors, single-Moms/Dads, Students, GIs [near their bases], Short-commuters, 'shared-cars' [card-club, swipe to access, drop in many places]. The exotic-battery, loaded versions can
    come later--get the cheap ones [less than $10K?]
    out NOW!..Aaron..

  • Cheap Cars Posted: 6/8/2009 1:04am PDT

    Very Interesting,but it is only a concept car.Toyota is an well known automotive industry and it can make it real.

  • Lifted trucks Posted: 9/1/2009 6:28am PDT

    The Toyota FT-EV concept confirms the automaker will have its own micro EV on sale by 2012. The FT-EV is based on Toyota's hip new iQ, a car not yet available in the U.S., but one we've enjoyed test driving in Europe. The FT-EV is designed for "an urban dweller," and the company claims it can run up to 50 miles on a charge.