At the Detroit Auto Show today Toyota unveiled their newest hybrid, the FT-CH. It is designed to be a hipper, less expensive version of the Prius. it is still technically a "concept" car but Toyota is hinting strongly that this one will make it to production soon.
The design of the FT-CH is intended to "capture the vivid, high-energy appeal of what has come to be called the 8-bit generation. Today, 8-bit is considered a specific retro-style that is embraced by such things as 8-bit genre music and 8-bit inspired art."
The FT-CH is smaller than the Prius at just 153 inches long and 68.5 inches wide. It is also lighter in weight and even more fuel efficient than the Prius. The CH stands for "compact hybrid". It is designed to be a nimble, easy to park and handle, city car.
More info and pics are available at AutoBlog