Japan based automobile tycoon Toyota has recently unveiled its compact 4-seater car, the iQ at the Geneva Auto Show last Tuesday. It is tagged to be the smallest 4-seater car in the world but what people should really take note of it is its ability to run on a small fuel-efficient engine and emit lesser carbon emissions outdoors.
Each unit costs $20,000.00 and is sure to be another hit vehicle from Toyota.
Andrea Formica, the company’s senior vice president for Europe announced that the iQ is the ‘world’s smallest four-seater car’, measuring just 2,985 millimeters long.
To achieve such tight packaging, Toyota’s engineers have come up with a clever cabin system that allows three adults and one child to sit in comfort, despite the iQ’s diminutive, almost Smart car dimensions