The Toyota IQ - presented in Frankfort last year - was back on the podium in Geneva this week. The little car (less than 3 metres long) is described as seating 3+1. (It has an adult seat behind the passenger seat, and a child seat behind the driver.)
The IQ concept was created at ED2, Toyota's advanced European design studio in the south of France. At less than three metres in length (2980mm) it is 425mm shorter than the Toyota Aygo and more than 770mm shorter than the Toyota Yaris. Yet, in width and height (1680mm x 1480mm) it is comparable to Yaris – so the ultra compact exterior dimensions hide a big interior. It will seat four with space for three adults and a child – or the fourth seat can be utilised for luggage space.