Toyota Shows New Yundong Shuangqing Hybrid Sedan Concept in Beijing


In addition to the Dear Qin compact hatchback and sedan concepts that we told you about earlier today, Toyota also debuted a third study called the Yundong Shuangqing at the Auto China 2012 in Beijing.

The Japanese brand's concept is a sharply styled four-door sedan that features a newly developed hybrid system, which was primarily developed at Toyota's R&D facility in China.

Toyota did not elaborate further on the Yundong Shuangqing's driveline.

At a press conference during the Beijing show, Toyota President Akio Toyoda said: “We would like to put smiles on the faces of our Chinese customers with hybrid technology. I want the people of China to be able to experience the beauty of hybrid technology through a hybrid car born in China".


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Sushi Ninja said... »April 23, 2012

That is ugly - to sharp and pointy

Fjgratt said... »April 24, 2012

out of this world. Ithink it should stay out of this world too.

fast_lane said... »April 24, 2012

Not bad!  If they wipe away the concept trims, this could be a really good-looking Corolla replacement.  I don't think the sharp-shaped nose would make it into production.

Rick said... »April 24, 2012

Nope, I'll stick to german car design. The Japanese are going to anime lately on their car design language.

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