Toyota will unveil two hybrid concepts at next month’s Geneva Motor Show, the next step in its ambitious plan to have a full range of hybrid vehicles. The first of these vehicles will be the Hybrid X, a concept car that proposes a new design language for hybrid models while also acting as a technology showcase for future hybrid cars.

Alongside the Hybrid X will be the FT- HS Future Toyota Hybrid Sports concept. The front-engined rear-driver will have a projected 0-100 km/h acceleration time in the four-second range, and is said to hint at the styling of the next-generation Supra.

Also starring on the Toyota stand will be the three-door version of the Auris hatch featuring a new paint scheme and a special wheel design. Toyota will also showcase the updated Avensis, which picks up a new touch-screen navigation system.