Toyota's FV2 Concept Looks Like The More Dangerous Version of Segway
Nov 07, 2013 11:26
Toyota has unveiled some of the concepts it plans on showcasing at the Tokyo Motor Show. Their latest FV2 concept doesn't look the least bit safe though.
But still, its a concept, and the FV2 is an adaptive, four wheeled vehicle that works like a Segway. To drive it, you have to stand at its center, leaning in whichever direction you want to go. The concept pictures don't show a seat belt or harness of any kind, so safety could be a concern here.
The FV2 comes with an augmented reality windshield, and it will theoretically display road and traffic info. It'll probably protect you in the event of a collision. But then again, you have no seatbelts son!
Check out a few more concept pictures in the gallery below.
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