The FV2 makes its European debut at the 2014 Geneva motor show, and is a concept designed to capture the spirit of Toyota’s fun-to-drive philosophy, while connecting advanced future vehicle technologies.
Display to include latest Fuel Cell Vehicle among five world concept world debuts Five new Toyota vehicle concepts will make their world debut at the Tokyo motor show on 20 November, including the latest development of the Fuel Cell Vehicle […]
It’s tall, black as Newgate’s Knocker and can probably turn on half a yen in the middle of a rush-hour snarl-up in Nagoya. It’s Toyota’s vision for a new generation of Japanese taxis that in terms of basic appearance looks […]
i-Road joins “Ha:mo” urban transport system in Toyota City Toyota has announced the introduction of the i-Road personal mobility concept to the “Ha:mo” urban transport system trials. The concept, which made its world debut at 2012 Geneva motor show, will […]
Toyota’s technology for future personal mobility is moving out of the research laboratory and on to the streets of Japan with today’s (24 July) launch of public trials of its Winglet “assistance robot” in Tsukuba, a designated science and environmental city 35 miles north east of Tokyo.