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Thursday, November 1, 2018

Another Toyota's unique futuristic concept car figure

Toyota unveiled a unique concept vehicle called Toyota i-TRIL Concept at the Geneva International Motor Show 2017. Toyota i-TRIL Concept is an electric-powered 4-wheeled vehicle with a one plus two seat configuration and specifically designed by Toyota Motor Europe and ED2, a Toyota's design studio at Nice, France.
Toyota i-TRIL Concept has launched at the Geneva International Motor Show 2017. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2qjmS0T)
As quoted of Carscoops, as like the i-ROAD (Toyota 3-wheeled unique concept vehicle), the i-TRIL was made to be able to bend like a motorcycle. In addition this vehicle can "stretch" up to 10 degrees to the asphalt, but its all four wheels remain on track. And the i-TRIL's aggressiveness is also supported by its light weight, which is only about 600 kg, with a length of only 3,048 mm.
Left side view of Toyota i-TRIL Concept. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2qjmS0T)
The combination of all can make the i-TRIL suitable for maneuvering in an urban environment. This concept car is also environmentally friendly. Its power comes from the electric motors and if the battery is fully charged, it can make this vehicle run nearly 300 km.
Rear side view of Toyota i-TRIL Concept. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2qjmS0T)
There are no pedals, instrument panels, or even steering wheel like the car in general. On its cabin is only equipped with ergonomic seats, head-up displays and joystick-like the devices on game consoles whose functions are the same as the steering wheel.
No less interesting, the i-TRIL is equipped with Active Lean technology, which was first applied to the i-Road concept vehicles designed for urban mobility. In addition this car is also equipped with semi-autonomous technology.
In terms of design, the i-TRIL has very unique shape. The wheels are large so they look less in accordance with the cabin. Interestingly again the door opened upwards, and the headlight seem lies on the blue line on the front. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | CARSCOOPS]
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