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The Future Starts Now

January 8, 2014


If you know or happened to be the type of person obsessed with your vehicle, Toyota has got plans for you. The creative minds at Toyota have dreamed up a way to form an even deeper bond between car and driver, unlike anything else. Acting on their ardent belief that everyone should love what they drive Toyota has created the FV2 concept car. The total package of brains and beauty, the FV2 uses voice and facial cues to read and respond to a driver’s mood. The FV2, which stands for Fun Vehicle 2, epitomizes the Toyota “Fun to Drive” philosophy.


With seating room for one and an overall length and width of 3,000mm by 1,600mm, the roomy yet sleek FV2 is a unique, personal experience for its driver. The forward thinking of Toyota has opened up the floodgates for innovative driving concepts that give the driver an unparalleled experience on the road. By blending innovation and technology on the platform of quality, Toyota has yet again taken a bold step in front of its competitors.


Set for “a future world in which vehicle technology has greatly progressed” the FV2 is way ahead of the curve. In a world where wear and tear is inevitable Toyota has found a way to not only sustain, but augment a driver’s experience as time passes. Toyota Newsroom reports, “The vehicle enhances the driving experience by connecting physically and emotionally with the driver, becoming more fun to drive the more it is used.”


Watch a video on the FV2 here and download the FV2 app here, welcome to the future.


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