Toyota Concept-i

AI vehicle that learns about its driver

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The thing is that, Tesla compared to most of car manufacturers doesn't make concept cars. They are producing real car, affordable in large production, and smashing the car industry. I'm pretty sure that you will never drive a car such as the Toyota Concept-I. Because those car are not created with the will of being delivered some day. May be an element will remain and being integrate to a real car? But if the car industry were acting like Tesla does, we would have many more breakthroughs - along with interesting failures!
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@elie_teyssedou Agreed! Concept cars are distractions. It's old school thinking.
This looks like something from Tron. I think we've see "AI" appended to everything this week, from toothbrushes to healthy eating apps.
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@rrhoover I pretty sure there was AI in the hot dog I had for lunch yesterday. I mean everything else in it was artificial. 😁
Checklist for all new cars: 1. Unnaturally lit cockpit. ✅ 2. Scale like exterior that suggests the car was born from nature. ✅ 3. Wrapping front and tail lights. ✅ 4. Doors that open in very odd, inconvenient directions. ✅ 5. Freaky looking steering wheel. ✅ 6. Video with a ridiculous amount of After Effects to convey how really real the car is. ✅
@gmoore131 7. Cover or case over wheels to limit its usage to brand new, absolutely clean, perfectly flat, made-in-heaven roads. ✅
This is what Toyota vision the motoring world will look like in 2030! Reminds me of the cars in i-Robot! You can see various coverage: TechCrunch:Toyota’s Concept-i is a vehicle designed to learn about its driver Wired:Toyota’s Concept-i Envisions an Autonomous Future That’s Actually Fun (theres lots of other of course)
Looks cool but we all know these design concept never ever make it to the roads. It's all for show and marketing.