Toyota debuted a number of vehicles including the 9-foot-long FV2, a Light Cycle-style one-seater with a hatch that closes over the driver. It calls this a "future connectivity concept."
Designed to be like a futuristic horse that has a physical and emotional connection to the driver, the FV2 doesn't have a steering wheel. Instead, it responds to the driver's movements such as forward and back or left and right. It also uses voice and image recognition to determine his or her mood, accumulated driving history to suggest destinations, and driving skill information to assist the user.
Meanwhile, the exterior is covered with touch-panel displays that can be changed at will. Inside, an augmented-reality windshield provides information such as navigation data and safety warnings.
November 22, 2013 6:59 AM PST
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