Video: Toyota Showed A Drone For Those Who Like To Drive
2023 Author: Natalie MacDonald | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-08-03 15:38
At the Tokyo Auto Show, Toyot unveiled a prototype two-seater racing car called the e-Racer. The concept car is equipped with an autonomous control system, but, according to the creators' idea, it can be switched to a completely manual mode.
The prototype was presented by the head of Toyot, Akio Toyoda. Explaining the philosophy of the prototype, he stated that many years ago mankind switched from horses to cars, but to this day there are people who love to ride horses and participate in races. The same will happen with cars, Toyoda said: drones will save people from the need to drive, but there will always be those who want to drive on their own.
- The technical characteristics of the e-Racer are not reported. It is only known that he travels on electric traction. However, visitors to the car dealership have the opportunity to virtually ride the concept using VR glasses.
- The e-Racer has a two-seater cockpit layout, with the passenger seated behind the driver. Chairs are lightweight and quick-detachable. If desired, they can be changed by choosing different color options and finishing patterns.
- Together with e-Racer Toyot presented the concept of an automatic "tailor", which, according to the idea of the company, will take measurements from the driver and instantly sew him a racing suit. How it works is shown in the video.
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