Watch the Toyota FV2 Concept Leaning in Real Life

Toyota FV2 Concept Leaning 1 photo
Photo: screenshot from Youtube
We’ve only seen the Toyota FV2 concept working in 3D animations after which it has been showcased at this year’s Tokyo Motor Show.
But if you thought the vehicle unveiled there was just a nicely sculpted concept with some LEDs, you’re a bit wrong as this video bellow shows how the FV2 leans when a person shifts its weight from side to side.

Materializing the term “fun to drive”, the FV2 comes with no physical steering or speed controlling devices. The driver has to shift its weight in order to steer, accelerate or brake. The personal electric vehicle was also gifted with voice and image recognition to determine its driver’s mood and is also said that it will learn things from its driver’s history to suggest routes, locations and determine the level of assistance needed based on his/hers skill.

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