Few weeks back, Tata had unveiled its Mini car for middle class families in India. Now it’s time for other companies to join the race. Toyota iQ is appearing for the first time in at the Geneva Auto Show. It's smaller than the Aygo, but nearer the Yaris in width and height.
Just less than 10 feet long car was developed at Toyota's ED2 design studio. The innovative interior layout makes it suitable for be excellent ride for four people.there is a fourth foldaway seat to accommodate a child or make room for luggage. The iQ offer a 3+1 seating arrangement for three adults and one child.