Toyota Concept-I Ride and Walk will debut in Tokyo

October 25, 2017 at 9:34 pm

Toyota Concept-i presented at the CES in Las Vegas in January really turned out to be an electric car with an all-wheel drive and a power reserve of about 300 km. The market launch is scheduled for 2020 year. In October 25, Toyota Company is going to introduce its relatives at the motor show in Tokyo. These will be Concept-i Ride double hatchback, designed for disabled people, and a three-wheel Concept-i Walk electric scooter for pedestrian areas. As for the scooter, it should be noticed that this model is controlled by moving of rider’s weight. The power distance without recharging is equal to 10-20 km.

Toyota Concept-i Walk electric scooter pic

Toyota Concept-i Walk electric scooter pic

The dimensions of the Ride hatchback are 2500 mm long, 1300 mm wide, 1500 mm tall with the wheel base of 1800 mm. The driving distance can get 100-150 km. The doors designed like wings can facilitate an access to the salon of inactive citizens, and like a faucet, help to load a wheelchair into the cabin. The steering wheel and pedals are replaced by joysticks. The seats are shifted by an electric drive. AI Agent intelligence gives advices on the display and provides automatic parking.

Toyota Concept-i Ride designed for disabled people photo

Toyota Concept-i Ride designed for disabled people photo

Ideology of the Concept-i family is based on three pillars: learn to recognize emotions, protect autonomous movement and inspire users.