Superstar

The Toyota FV2 Incorporates a Kinesthetic Method of Operation

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: • References: toyota & tuvie
Driving has become quite a passive exercise, especially with the ever-increasing popularity of automatic vehicles. The Toyota FV2 concept car introduces quite a lively and human element back into automotive operation, while still expressing itself as a very futuristic design.

Your brain and your muscles enable you to navigate your environment on foot; you don't have a steering wheel, and neither does this innovative vehicle. The driver sits inside the capsular cockpit and controls the direction of travel with his own body. Gestures and movements to the right, the left, backwards and forwards communicate with this cutting-edge subcompact so that it turns, speeds up and reverses according to your physical instructions. There would be a much stronger dynamic between motorist and automobile in the Toyota FV2. Stats for Movement-Steered Automobiles Trending: This Year & Buzzing
Traction: 3,594 clicks in 45 w
Interest: 1.9 minutes
Concept: Toyota FV2
Related: 108 examples / 83 photos
Segment: Neutral, 18-55
Comparison Set: 40 similar articles, including: toucan-inspired tricycles, wheel-encapsulated cars, and insectile green speedsters.