Toyota eventually opened the robe for future vehicle titled Toyota Concept-I at the Consumer Electronic Show (CES) 2017 held in Las Vegas, United States. This car is a description of the company’s products in the future. Toyota Concept-I itself a result of the design of Toyota CALTY Design Research in California who works closely with the Toyota Innovation Hub in San Francisco to develop the latest technology.
The most fundamental ideas in the concept of this vehicle is to deliver a driving experience that is imaginative. The car is equipped with a system of artificial intelligence that can identify the needs of people that would greatly help them in everyday life.
Bob Carter, Senior Vice President of Automotive Operations Toyota, said that it was aware of the most important if not a future vehicle equipped with the technology and automation. However, the passenger experience while driving should also be taken into account. Therefore, Toyota thinks if the future means a vehicle that can interact with someone.
Artificial Intelligence is known as one of the vital parts that will be encountered on the cars of the future. This system can be likened to a car because the lives of actual behavior will be identified so as to create a relationship with the user. The system is like an imagination that makes the vehicle more meaningful and ‘humane’.
This car will be present driving methods and schedules, learn about emotions of the driver, as well as to suggest destinations that can be visited in accordance with its emotions. The car also will give you the option to manually drive or full autonomy as well as many other options to bolster security during driving.
Toyota Concept-I also present the ‘agent’ Artificial Intelligence named Yui that will use light, sound and even touches to communicate the things that are critical to the passengers. Toyota to replace the screen in the center console that is generally used to put the light on the foot to show autonomous or manual driving mode. Moreover, on the rear deck could find a projector that will display the blind spot.