Some concept cars foretell the future of automobility, either by predicting styling trends or exploring emerging technologies; others are built just for fun. Toyota's Motor Triathlon Race Car (MTRC) is among the latter. Designed in Europe, the zero-emissions fuel-cell-powered MTRC made its debut in Geneva. Power is delivered via an electric motor at each wheel, and the suspension automatically reads the road surface and adjusts for height as well as damping. That's because the "triathlon" Toyota envisions the youth of tomorrow running in the MTRC is a mixture of congested urban streets, a racing circuit, and an off-road course. Information available on the stand failed to elaborate on details such as how the hydrogen would be stored or where the fuel cell was packaged in this compact tandem-two-seater. As we said, don't hold your breath on the dealer showroom floor waiting for this one.