Toyota is certainly looking to make an impact at the 2013 Shanghai Motor Show. More than 50 production models and concept cars are on display in the company's massive 4,600 square meter booth and among them is the FT-HT Yuejia, a six-seater concept aimed at young Chinese consumers that's making its world premiere at the show.
The boldly sculpted FT-HT Yuejia (meaning "happy family") is most notable for its pillarless scissor door design, dramatic sweeping grille, three-part headlight setup and unusual seating configuration, which consists of three rows of two individual seats.
While technical details are yet to be revealed, the concept is expected to be developed exclusively for the Chinese market and will be powered by a hybrid system currently in the works at Toyota's R&D Center in Changshu.
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