Toyota is something out there, but with its Toyota FV2 futuristic concept vehicle it’s more than we could imagine. Of course, we have companies competing on an intensive market, where innovation and progress is a must. And that’s just amazing! Competition brings more and more creativity and technology advancement. This is clearly something we and our future generations need. Let us tell you about the Toyota FV2, a futuristic concept vehicle. It is designed without a steering wheel or pedals. The vehicle will be driven based on the driver’s physical motions. Imagine overweight people lose weight while driving. It’s like setting up a mobile gym on wheels and start working out, while driving to the supermarket.
The design of the Toyota FV2 is overwhelming. It resembles a 1960’s Formula One car. Perhaps it resembles a kart you drove last week or a few years back with your friends. In any case the Toyota FV2 looks challenging and also futuristic. It combines the past, present and future, as drivers of today find it hard to think of driving a car with no steering wheel and pedals. Perhaps gamers will be more open minded, if the concept becomes reality.
Moved by physical motions, Toyota connect the driver to the vehicle like never before
The Toyota FV2 uses a voice and face recognition system. This could prevent your car from being stolen. Rumors have it that Toyota is planning a special fuel cell technology in which air and water will be transformed into electricity. In turn this will fuel the vehicle. If this technology succeeds, Toyota will revolutionize the market we know today.
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