Toyota presents the 2011 Tokyo Motor Show, scheduled from December 3 to 11, the prototype of the Fun-Vii, a revolutionary concept car.
Described by Japanese car like a smartphone on the wheels, the Fun-Vii allows you to view content both within and outside the vehicle. All surfaces of the car are interactive, and how touch can be used to view and transfer images, data and applications. Through the use of augmented reality, the Fun Vii provides support uninterrupted driving. The so-called “concierge Navigation” provides a speech interface that assists the path, and the vehicle is connected to other nearby vehicles and infrastructure to detect hazards and avoid accidents. Most of the available functions are also accessible remotely via any mobile device. The car offers seating for three, two forwards and a center back.