Product exhibited for the first time in the world at the Tokyo Motor Show
Product that has arleady premiered abroad, but being exhibited for the first time in Japan at the Tokyo Motor Show
- The Crown Concept is a concept vehicle developed in pursuit of driving performance and
connected technology. It features the blend of the storied Crown tradition with its birth in 1955 and the innovation to be expected in the Crown in a next generation mobility society.
- The new 3rd generation Century carries on the tradition of master craftsmanship and high-quality monozukuri (all-encompassing manufacturing) while realizing high-demand environmental performance and a design layout that pursues passenger comfort.
The interior and exterior design injects new charm into the Century in line with its
heritage. Moreover, the new Century features advanced equipment and comfort
amenities only suitable for a luxury limousine.
GR HV SPORTS concept
- The GR HV SPORTS concept represents a new way to enjoy cars by integrating the thrill of a sports car with the environmental friendliness of an eco-car. Switching to manual mode is possible with the single press of a button, and 6-speed manual-style driving with H-pattern shifting can be enjoyed. Also, features a targa top that was also used for Toyota’s legendary convertible sports cars. You can enjoy both the thrill of a sports car and the open air fellling by the targa top.
- The Tj CRUISER represents the harmonious balance between the roominess of a cargo van and the powerful design of an SUV. The square-shaped cabin, similar to that of a van, exudes high utility. Meanwhile, the sturdy suspension realized by large SUV-sized tires is fused with a bold front. The Tj CRUISER symbolizes a new genre incorporating the strengths of a van with those of an SUV.
- TOYOTA Concept-i is a four-wheel model representing the TOYOTA Concept-i series that embodies the future vision of a mobility society.
The core technology common to the TOYOTA Concept-i series is a technology that understands people (LEARN), applying AI to recognize emotions and estimate driver preferences.
The technology that understands people (LEARN) and automated driving technology combine to lead the driver to safety and provide peace of mind (PROTECT).
In addition, by combining the technology with the agent technology, it will be possible to advance technology to the point that the driver's feelings can be anticipated, leading to new Fun to Drive experiences (INSPIRE).
TOYOTA Concept-I RIDE
- TOYOTA Concept-i RIDE is a small mobility vehicle that emphasizes universality based on the concept of user-friendly city mobility.
It features gull-wing doors, an electric universal sliding seat, and a joystick, achieving user-friendly operation for wheelchair users.
In addition, the seat layout and automated driving functions make it possible for anyone to drive safely and securely.
Moreover, use with sharing services is also envisioned. By sharing with more people, universal mobility is made easier to use.
TOYOTA Concept-I WALK
- TOYOTA Concept-i WALK can increase the range of movement with safety and peace of mind.
Three wheels, a wheelbase variable mechanism, steering function, and a low floor make it easy to use and does not necessitate the use of specific clothing or footwear.
Use via sharing services and such at sightseeing spots and other locations is envisioned, providing support at outside locations.
- The Fine-Comfort Ride proposes a new form of the premium saloon by employing a flexible layout unique to electric-powered vehicles and a large amount of available electric power using hydrogen as an energy source.
Toyota pursued further possibilities of FCVs through the development of the Fine-Comfort Ride. It offers excellent environmental performance by discharging no CO2 or substances of concern (SoC) while in operation, together with the convenience of a generous cruising range with a hydrogen refueling time of about three minutes.
- Toyota developed the Sora (concept model) based on the vision of an “enduring town icon” guided by two ideas: to make best use of the characteristics of the FC unit; and to enhance the comfort of passengers traveling on bus routes.
1 Aiming to create a bus that works for the world and for people, is environmentally friendly, and can contribute to communities beyond its role as a mobility service.
2 Toyota paid close attention to convenience, safety, and peace of mind with the aim to give all passengers a pleasant riding experience, so that they would want to ride the buses regularly.
- JPN TAXI was developed to provide usability and comfort to a wide range of people, including children, seniors, people in wheelchairs, and people visiting Japan from abroad. Toyota aims to change Japan’s landscape, develop barrier-free cities, and turn Japan into a tourist-oriented country by promoting the widespread use of its JPN Taxi
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