2. SOUNDBITE: (English), Robert Tickner, head of communications Toyota Europe (partly overlaid with video of the Toyota i-Road presentation)
"This is kind of a kind of fun personal mobility concept, and really it is a concept at this stage. There is also a very serious proposition. It's a zero emissions product which can be used in urban areas to go short distances maybe on a commuting basis or as an integrated mobility solution basis. "
3. SOUNDBITE: (English), Robert Tickner, Head of communications Toyota Europe (partly overlaid with video of the Toyota i-Road presentation)
"The car is only 850 millimetres wide. Plus, it has this very innovative active leaning system which enables it to wind through narrow streets and very tights environments. So it's a very usable concept in an urban environment."
4. SOUNDBITE: (English), Robert Tickner, Head of communications Toyota Europe (partly overlaid with video of the Toyota i-Road presentation)
"This car takes about 3-hours to charge on a standard domestic plug and that gives about 45 kilometres (30 miles) of range."
5. Wide of Toyota i-Road driving slowly towards camera and stopping
6. SOUNDBITE: (English), Robert Tickner, head of communications, Toyota Europe (partly overlaid with video of the Toyota i-Road presentation)
"I think the first thing to notice is that we have a steering wheel so its very much like a regular car rather than the handlebar mechanism you might find in a scooter. Then, down here in the foot well we have two pedals, so a bit like an automatic transmission type of car. So, we have an accelerator and a break. On the left hand side here we have buttons. Again like an automatic transmission. So, we have drive, we have neutral and we have reverse."
7. Toyota i-Road driving past camera
It's not just the super cars which are pleasing the crowds at the Geneva Motor Show, Toyota is showing off what it believes is its smartest car to date.
The i-Road is a fully electric micro-car aimed at urban driving conditions.
The i-Road doesn't take passengers and while the Smartcar was small, this Toyota's a micro-car.
It's already one of the most talked about concepts at the Geneva Motor Show, drawing crowds to these hourly presentations.
It doesn't really look like a car.
Rather, it is more of a three-wheeled motorbike with a roof.
But the three-wheeled micro-car has a new leaning system, which allows it to take sharp corners, an electric engine, and all the things you would expect in a modern car such as a stereo and air-condition.
The top speed will be set depending on the country.
In Europe it will most likely be set at 45 kilometres (30 miles) per hour, meaning it can be driven on a small motorbike license rather than a full car license.
The three-wheel car runs on an electric motor which means a full 3 hour charge can take you thirty miles, that's easily a small shopping trip across the city, but it's not so suitable for a trip along the scenic route around the countryside.
But according to Robert Tickner, Head of communications Toyota Europe, the design makes it ideal as a city car.
The car will now be tested on the roads of the French city of Grenoble over the next year.
If the trial is successful Toyota hopes that the car will be available to customers in the next four year's time.