The Japanese automaker creates a new kind of interaction between people and cars with the help of new concepts. At the CES earlier this year, Toyota introduced the Concept-i concept, which demonstrated how vehicles with artificial intelligence can interact with their owners. Now the car manufacturer has added a couple of new concepts to this promising line. One of the concepts is designed to serve people with disabilities, and the second is a personal vehicle.
Toyota considers the Concept-i line not as cars in the usual sense, but as something capable of demonstrating how artificial intelligence can bring something new to the interaction of people with the vehicle. A display and an interactive torpedo covering the entire width of the windshield, together with artificial intelligence, can affect the mood of the user. In addition to the fact that artificial intelligence can drive a car, it also has biometric equipment that recognizes the emotions of people in the cabin, and then creates more favorable conditions for travel. He can even support the conversation.
One of the new concepts is the electric car Concept-i Ride - a two-seater autonomous vehicle designed for disabled people. To this end, it has gull-wing doors, a movable electric seat for easy entry and a place for storing a wheelchair. A special joystick replaces the steering wheel, accelerator and brake pedals, and artificial intelligence is visualized on a large display under the windshield.
The second Concept-i Walk concept is a three-wheeled segway, which is also equipped with artificial intelligence. He is responsible for collecting data on a person's condition from sensors on the steering wheel and warning the driver of various hazards. The vehicle can also by itself travel around obstacles.
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