The Toyota i-ROAD is an innovative, fun-to-drive three-wheel personal mobility vehicle
equipped with revolutionary Active Lean technology that emulates the movements of a skier.
At the show, the TKM exhibit, with its key message of "Quality Revolution", comprises a total of14 production and concept vehicles, including the third-generation "Prius" gasoline-electric hybrid passenger car, which is scheduled to go on sale in India in 2010, the "Prado" SUV recently unveiled for the Indian market, the "i-REAL" personal mobility vehicle
and the "Fine-S" fuel-cell hybrid vehicle.
In presenting its vision for future mobility, Toyota will also exhibit its ''i-REAL'' personal mobility vehicle
, the ''Fine-S'' fuel-cell hybrid and other concept vehicles at the auto show.
The machine - known as the T3 personal mobility vehicle
- is designed to allow officers to cover a greater amount of ground during patrols so more members of the public feel reassured by a police presence.
PC Colin Chamberlain of Greater Manchester demonstrates the T3 personal mobility vehicle
Picture: PETER BYRNE
Invacare[R] Zoom[TM]-3, a personal mobility vehicle
(scooter), combines tight turning radius (29 inches) and a compact design.
Toyota Motor Corporation announces the start of consumer trials of the i-Road personal mobility vehicle
in the Greater Tokyo Area.
The Toyota i-Road is a personal mobility vehicle
that offers a novel riding experience in an ultra-compact package that combines the convenience of a motorcycle with the comfort and stability of a car.
The models Toyota will show at the 3rd China (Guangzhou) International Automobile Exhibition -- also known as the Auto Guangzhou 2005 -- include the new i-swing personal mobility vehicle
and the Lexus IS series, the company said.
The TKM display will also present Toyota's active approach toward developing modes of transportation for the future by showing the "i-REAL" personal mobility vehicle
, the "Fine-S" fuel-cell hybrid vehicle and other concept vehicles.
This technology is already used in Taiwan in electronic instruments such as smartphones and personal mobility vehicles
(PMV) which require high safety standards.
Tractors, lawn mowers, snow throwers, generators, bedding, personal mobility vehicles
and even treadmills are now available for convenient delivery.