CES 2020: Automotive Highlights

© Mike Meredith, Automotive Content Experience© Mike Meredith, Automotive Content Experience
Toyota e-Palette
At CES Toyota announced a prototype environment called the Woven City, which the Japanese automaker plans to build on a 175-acre site at the base of Mt. Fuji in Japan. The Woven City will continue research on automated, connected, shared and electrified / hydrogen technologies. The Toyota booth at CES displayed a vision of what life in the Woven City would be like, with automated technology to move throughout the city, including concept vehicles, personal mobility devices and a robot. One of the concept vehicles was the e-Palette that Toyota describes as its first battery-electric vehicle developed specifically for Mobility as a Service applications (MaaS) with automated driving capability, a low floor and open concept interior with extensive configuration options. Alongside the e-Palette, Toyota showed Micro-Palette, an autonomous delivery robot for product and package handling.

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