Tokyo showcases the potential of its advanced technology vehicles

Tokyo showcases the potential of its advanced technology vehiclesKimimasa mayama

The Tokyo Motor Show on Wednesday faced a shift in mobility, with a focus on a new generation of electric vehicles (EV), flying cars and robotic devices, symbolizing the diversification of automakers’ activities.

Fair enough, it is It will continue till November 5 with the participation of 475 companies, It will be held for the first time in 2023 after four years after a hiatus due to the Covid-19 pandemic and will return under a new format and name, the Japan Mobility Show. It features advanced transportation technologies, from delivery machines to drones and robots.

The Japan Mobility Show is aimed at professionals in the field for the first three days Open to the public todayhas decided to put Amid the current shift towards the development of battery-powered models, special emphasis is being placed on the new generation of EVs. In this regard, Toyota Motor Company, the world’s largest company by sales volume, will display two concept models of its new battery electric vehicles during the show. todoterreno ligero FT-3e Y FT-Se sports application. Toyota proved itself as the pioneer of hybrid cars Reluctance to adopt fully electric vehiclesBut it took a turn Koji Sato He assumed the presidency in April this year. Toyota sold 24,000 electric vehicles in 2022, but has pledged to increase that number to 1.5 million units by 2026 under new management.

Other projects that can be seen during the show include; The Honda Cruze will make an appearanceAn autonomous driving electric vehicle without a steering wheel or driver’s seat has been developed in partnership with American General Motors and is planned to be used as the centerpiece of an automated taxi service in Tokyo by 2026. Nissan, for its part, will showcase a prototype of its HyperTourer electric minivan. With tracking technology Biometric signals To accommodate the conditions inside the vehicle depending on the driver’s mood.

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