The 2018 Consumer Electronic Show (CES), held in Las Vegas, USA, used Japanese automotive giant Toyota to showcase a future concept car called Toyota e-Palette Concept. Launched from the New York Daily News, Friday (12/1/2018), the concept car with the design of this box is powered but not equipped with cockpit space. However, this car can run alone and can be used for all kinds of mobility.
The company imagines that the Toyota e-Palette Concept will be used for everyday purposes, from pickup to delivery. In addition the car can also be used for other purposes, as well as running offices. One of the plans that will be done by the company that is, took several commercial companies, including Amazon, DiDi Chuxing, Pizza Hut, Mazda, and Uber. This car will also use Toyota’s Mobility Services Platform, and equipped with Toyota technology called Guardian, so it can be operated safely.
According to Toyota President Akio Toyoda, the presence of this car became a step forward in the automotive industry. “This announcement marks a major step forward in our evolution toward sustained mobility, which demonstrates the continued expansion beyond traditional cars and trucks to create new value including customer service,” Toyoda said.
If there is no transverse, Toyota e-Palette Concept will begin testing in Uncle Sam’s country in early 2020. While in his home country, the car is scheduled to participate in a try so that it can help athletes at the 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games in Tokyo, Japan.