Toyota has revealed a new take on personal mobility vehicles at the Tokyo motor show with the debut of its new FV2.
says its designed to demonstrate driving fun. A single-seat urban
mobility concept, the FV2 doesn't use a steering wheel, instead relying
on the driver shifting their body weight to change direction and effect
forward and backwards motion.
It can detect and connect with other
vehicles nearby as well as using passive and active safety systems like
Toyota says the FV2 uses voice and image
recognition to determine the mood of the driver and suggest
destinations. It also reportedly has the ability to change its exterior
colour at will.
Thanks to: Autocar