The conceptual Toyota Fine-Comfort Ride has been designed with a focus on a premium experience to acknowledge the way that consumers are shifting towards cars that are suitable for long-distance drives.
Vehicle designs are slowly shifting as brands get consumers more comfortable with the idea of autonomous cars, which means more cabin space and enhanced comfort. This is evident with the new concept Toyota seen here that boasts four swivel seats and ample room within to enable reclining.
The Toyota Fine-Comfort Ride uses a fuel cell that is powered by electricity created using hydrogen, which means that the vehicle produces no CO2 emissions when it's being operated. Best of all, the vehicle can be recharged in just three minutes flat to make it ideal for long-distance hauls.
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