Toyota Believes This is How Cars May Look in 2020

The Tokyo Motor Show is underway right now in which Toyota launched a series of Concept-i models and one of them is the Ride car which looks like this!

For the average customer, it is tough to accept this two-seater futuristic model as a car for daily usage. However, it may not be long before it becomes a common model. Toyota Concept-i Ride comes with a couple of futuristic add-ons like it has the ability to read through your social media posts and provide a customized riding experience.

The car is powered by a new AI system called Agent. The vehicle’s agent will automatically change the air conditioning, lighting system and speed of the car to enable a relaxed conversation between two passengers.

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It also has gullwing doors with sliding areas to enable mobility scooter and wheelchair users to easily get on-board. The focus is clearly on the urban passengers and possibly using this as a public transport option in specific countries.

Toyota Concept-i RIDE EV is expected to hit the roads in 2020. The company confirmed that it may have 183 miles of range and will not be an exact replica but something similar to this concept is heading to the store before the end of this decade.

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