Japanese car maker Toyota has been showing off some of its new concepts at the Tokyo motor show, including the Hi-CT hybrid "urban truck" was the star attraction.
The "Hi-CT" runs partly on fuel and partly on batteries - comes with an AC100V accessory socket that enables it to store electricity.
Apparently, "Drivers benefit from the lofty proportions providing a commanding view of the road ahead," Channel4 said. "Extreme sports enthusiasts, meanwhile, will be able to take advantage of a removable boot that can be replaced by a deck to secure surfboards and mountain bikes."
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