The Japanese based automaker Toyota has recently revealed its Fun-Vii Concept ahead of its official debut at the 2011 Tokyo Motor Show.
According to the car manufacturer, the Fun-Vii Concept has been designed for the “not too distant future” and it has a customizable exterior which can be changed with the use of a specialized app. The Toyota Fun-Vii Concept is 4.020 mm long, 1.745 mm wide and 1.415 mm tall with a wheelbase of 2.750 mm. Toyota say that the whole interior of the Fun-Vii concept can function as a display space with the interior freely adjustable to match the mood of the moment.
“Content such as navigation information is blended seamlessly into the interior through the use of augmented reality. Furthermore, the vehicle’s ‘navigation concierge’ can provide the passengers with driving information and guidance through a vocal interface. A network update function makes sure the software versions for the vehicle’s drive, control and multimedia system are always up-to-date”, as the manufacturer’s official press release reads.
Sadly we don’t have any details yet about the Fun-Vii’s engine, performance and technology but the concept will be officially presented at the 2011 Tokyo Motor Show, under the slogan “Fun to Drive, Again”, when Toyota is expected to give us more on the vehicle.