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2011 Toyota Fun Vii

Toyota Fun Vii, 2011
Toyota Fun Vii, 2011
Toyota Fun Vii, 2011
Toyota Fun Vii, 2011
Toyota Fun Vii, 2011
Toyota Fun Vii, 2011
Toyota Fun Vii, 2011
Toyota Fun Vii, 2011
Toyota Fun Vii, 2011
Toyota Fun Vii, 2011
Toyota Fun Vii, 2011
Toyota Fun Vii, 2011
Toyota Fun Vii, 2011
Toyota Fun Vii, 2011
Toyota Fun Vii, 2011
Toyota Fun Vii, 2011
Toyota Fun Vii, 2011
Toyota Fun Vii, 2011
Toyota Fun Vii, 2011
Toyota Fun Vii, 2011
Toyota Fun Vii, 2011
Toyota Fun Vii, 2011
Toyota Fun Vii, 2011
Toyota Fun Vii, 2011
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At the 2011 Tokyo Motor Show Toyota will present the Fun Vii Concept, a futuristic vehicle focused on connectivity that can be customized both outside and inside through integrated displays.
Unveiled at the 2011 Tokyo Motor Show, the three-seat Fun-vii concept was unlike anything that Toyota had designed before. Its description as a ‘smartphone on wheels’ wasn’t a reference to the Fun-vii’s telephonic capabilities, but more an indication of the ease with which the car could be personalised, providing an insight into how Toyota’s engineers see the future of vehicle exteriors, interfaces and connectivity.

For starters, the Fun-vii’s audacious slab-sided exterior was, in its entirety, a display space. Imagine being able to change the way your car looks as easily as downloading an app or posting to Instagram – that’s the future that the Fun-vii concept explored, a world in which your vehicle’s appearance could be matched to suit your mood and surroundings.

The concept of ultimate personalisation continued with the Fun-vii’s interior, one that Toyota envisioned as being similarly adjustable through the application of technology. The designers conceived a world where the reality is supplemented by the Fun-vii’s onboard system, particularly the augmented-reality navigation that overlays information on the real-world view.

While the Fun-vii concept was seemingly more science-fiction than science-fact, three years later elements of the Fun-vii’s onboard technologies are making progress towards real-world use. Connectivity was a big part of the Fun-vii concept, and not simply connecting to the internet but also to the infrastructure around the car and even surrounding vehicles. Toyota has been developing this technology as part of an Intelligent Transport System, and the recent i-Road concept utilises similar vehicle-to-infrastructure connectivity which is undergoing real-world trials in Grenoble, France.


Компания Toyota распространила подробности о концептуальном автомобиле под названием Fun-Vii (Fun-Vehicle interactive internet), мировая премьера которого состоится в конце ноября на моторшоу в Токио. По словам представителей японской марки, новинка представляет собой видение дизайнеров автомобиля ближайшего будущего, в котором «люди, машины и общество объединены в одно целое».

Главной особенностью трехместного прототипа являются кузовные панели, на которые его пассажиры могут выводить любые текстовые сообщения и изображения, полностью настраивая внешний вид автомобиля под себя. Машина имеет доступ в интернет для постоянного обновления программного обеспечения, а также может «общаться» с другими транспортными средствами и объектами инфраструктуры, заранее предупреждая водителя о опасностях на дороге или связываясь с автомобилями друзей, едущих неподалеку.

Большую часть функций концепт-кара водитель и пассажиры смогут контролировать с помощью смартфонов или других мобильных устройств.
Source: Andrew Biddle - blog.toyota.co.uk; motor.ru
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