FV2 is operated by the driver shifting his or her body intuitively to move the vehicle forwards or back, left or right.
Uses intelligent transport system technology to connect with other vehicles nearby and highway infrastructure to capture safety information, for example giving advance warning of vehicles in blind spots or at junctions.
An augmented reality (AR) display can be presented on the windscreen and the body colour and exterior display can be changed at will.
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.
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