Automotive designers and architects are two different artists who very rarely work together. But Toyota wanted to combine both to create a special concept named Toyota ME.WE.
Since 2011 the Toyota Europe design studio in Nice, ED2 in collaboration with Jean-Marie Massaud, a French Architect, they have sought to create a vehicle that answered all the environmental challenges by bringing an independent vision and experience of the automotive industry.
|Toyota Me.We Concept. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1Gjv6v6)|
|Interior view of Toyota Me.We Concept. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1jCjlpy)|
|Dashboard view of Toyota Me.We Concept. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1ku1ssV)|
|Rear side view of Toyota Me.We Concept. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1Gjv6v6)|
The Me.We idea to pull in element to think about as well as windshield to be brought down the back seat rail that can be conveniently rooted out, bamboo ground area, and also a phase that vacates the storage space compartment as well as used to need added devices.
Toyota Me.We Concept is also equipped with 4 electric motors, which uses motors in the wheel (in-wheel motors) as owned by Toyota i-Road. As for the battery is placed under the car floor similar to the Toyota iQ EV. In the absence of an instrument driver that interfere in the cabin, the interior is only intended for passengers and goods.
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