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Toyota shows FV2 concept car

FV2 as shown in Geneva on March 5.EPA photo

FV2 as shown in Geneva on March 5.EPA photo

TMT executives with the new Camry.

TMT executives with the new Camry.

Toyota's "Mobility of Happiness" concept will be echoed at the 35th Bangkok International Motor Show, which will be open to the general public tomorrow until April 6.



The Toyota booth, covering 2,000sqm, will exhibit vehicles under the concept of "Vibrant of Happiness" - its showcase of cutting-edge innovation, connoting the concept of futuristic vehicles that will maximize driving experience to be more fun and exciting.

The highlight will be "FV2", which reflects Toyota's future mobility concept of "Fun to Drive". It connects the driver both physically and emotionally to enhance the driving experience. Connecting physically means that the driver simply shifts his or her body to intuitively move the vehicle (forward and back, left and right) instead of using steering wheel. Connecting mentally means that this automotive prototype uses image and voice recognition to determine the driver's personality and driving history It can then suggest things like destinations, music or even customize the performance of the engine and suspension.


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