e-Palette from a front three-quarter view.
Toyota prototypes shown. Not for sale.
A new mobility service for everyone.
e-Palette is a next-generation battery electric vehicle (BEV) developed specifically for "Mobility as a Service" (MaaS*), which applies technologies like electrification and connected and automated driving. e-Palette provides services such as transportation and commerce to support customers' lives.
*Combination of "autonomous" and "mobility as a service" describing Toyota's mobility services using automated driving vehicles.
A grandmother greets her grandchild through the life-size screen on the T-TR1 robot.
Toyota prototypes shown. Not for sale.
Virtual mobility robots that amplify human capabilities.
Toyota’s T-TR1 concept robot demonstrates the potential of virtual mobility and how robotics can amplify a person’s ability to maintain connections between people and places.
LQ features an electric engine, artificial intelligence and futuristic styling.
Toyota prototypes shown. Not for sale.
Building an emotional bond with its driver.
“LQ” is a concept vehicle that leverages advanced technology to build an emotional bond between car and driver under a core development theme of “learn, grow, love.” LQ is equipped with automated-driving capabilities and “Yui,” a powerful artificial intelligence-powered interactive agent designed to learn from the driver and deliver a personalized mobility experience. The name “LQ” expresses Toyota’s hope that this approach will “cue” the development of future vehicles that enhance the relationship between car and driver.
A humanoid robot from Toyota called T-HR3 with white body panels and black moving joints.
Toyota prototype shown. Not for sale.
Responsive and remote-controlled robotics.
Designed to mimic the soft touches of human movement, T-HR3 helps expand people’s mobility in their own home or workers’ abilities and safety in the workplace.
A side view of the all-new Toyota Mirai in blue.
Toyota prototypes shown.
All-New Mirai
The next stage of FCEV technology.
This totally redesigned Mirai is a major step forward for fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) and a potential hydrogen society.
Hydrogen fuel cell-powered bus with "FUEL CELL BUS" on its digital displays.
Toyota prototype shown.
Sora - Fuel Cell Electrified Bus
Convenient and eco-conscious.
Named for the water cycle (sky, ocean, river, air), this fuel cell-powered bus has been refined in form and function to support the mobility of all citizens while protecting the environment from harmful CO2.
All three versions of the Family of Walking Area Battery Electric Vehicles.
Toyota prototypes shown. Not for sale.
Walking Area BEV Family
Lighten the load of the last mile.
The stylish and eco-friendly Walking Area BEV is designed to help passengers move quickly around a city for that “last mile” of their commute. Toyota will provide its standing-type personal mobility devices for use by security and medical staff centered around and within the Olympic and Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020 venues.
Front three quarter view of the Accessible People Mover with wheelchair ramp extended.
Toyota prototypes shown. Not for sale.
APM (Accessible People Mover)
Adapting to your mobility.
APM (Accessible People Mover) is a mobility vehicle designed expressly for use at the Olympic and Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020. With the vision of "Mobility for All," APM offers a "one-last-mile" solution that helps transport as many people as possible to events and venues, including athletes and staff related to the Games as well as all types of visitors.
Front view of the new JPN Taxi with "JPN TAXI" written on the roof sign and front grille.
Toyota prototypes shown.
JPN Taxi
Embodying the spirit of Japanese hospitality.
JPN Taxi is outfitted in a traditional Japanese color, koiai (indigo), which symbolizes security, dignity and formality. But inside its sliding doors, the interior is flexible for a range of passengers.