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Toyota hybrid concept
Toyota hybrid concept
This new compact hybrid car, almost two feet shorter than today's Prius hybrid, is just a concept car for now, but it represents a first step in Toyota's plan for a whole "Prius" family of hybrid vehicles for North America.

The FT-CH, for "compact hybrid," is sized to be more nimble and maneuverable than the Prius, Toyota said.

Toyota said it plans to sell more than a million hybrid cars per year, most of them in North America, by the early part of this decade.


NEXT: Ford Focus
Last updated January 12 2010: 4:22 PM ET
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