Toyota FV2 Unveiled at 2013 Tokyo Show

Toyota FV2 Concept at Tokyo 1 photo
Photo: Toyota
The Toyota FV2 future mobility concept car is now on display at the 2013 Tokyo Motor Show, looking straight from a futuristic Hollywood movie.
Embodying the term “fun to drive”, the first thing you notice is the driving position, with no steering wheel to grab hold of, nor other joysticks or other controlling devices. Driving the FV2 is done by leaning your body forward and back, left to right in order to accelerate, brake or steer.

As well as this physical connectivity, FV2 has been designed to connect to the driver emotionally. By incorporating technology from the Toyota Heart Project, a research programme that enhances communication between humans and artificial intelligence,  the FV2 has been designed to ‘grow’ with the driver.

Using voice and image recognition to determine the driver’s mood, the future concept will accumulate a driving history to suggest routes and even determine the level of assistance needed based on the driver’s skill.

Check the FV2 in the pictures bellow.
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