Toyota has teased its upcoming FT-Bh concept through two partials ahead of the B-segment hybrid’s debut in Geneva next month.

The company isn’t revealing any details about the car just yet, except to say that it breaks new boundaries in small car efficiency, saying the FT-Bh is as spacious as an average five-door supermini, but produces about 50% less CO2.

It’ll also be light, tipping the scales at under 800 kg, which is part of the design’s focus on low weight, optimum aerodynamic performance, powertrain efficiency, thermal energy management and electricity savings.

Apparently, it’s also realistically viable as a design – the company says that the car hasn’t been built using exotic materials or expensive techniques, but rather from commonplace, economically viable production methods and technologies, including a down-sized full hybrid powertrain. Guess we’ll see what and how when Geneva comes.