FV2 is all about driving fun
It houses a single occupant who has to use their body weight to change direction
Toyota says the FV2 can connect to other vehicles around it
The concept uses augmented reality systems, as well as active and passive safety tech
Toyota says the FV2 uses voice and image recognition to detect the mood of the driver
FV2 can change its exterior colour
Toyota 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 blind-spot monitoring.
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.
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