The Toyota i-Road personal mobility concept looks all prepared to roll out at the 83rd Geneva International Motor Show. As you can see in the image above, the Toyota i-Road would come across as an ultra-compact, tandem two-seater electric vehicle which was specially developed with the theme of compactness in mind. It definitely offers a refreshing mobility experience that is novel, and yet delivers a similar level of convenience as that of a motorcycle. Could the Toyota i-Road the answer to the future of our roads, where clogged city lanes would soon be a thing of the past? Perhaps the issue of parking space (or rather, the lack of it) too, could be solved, while helping reduce one’s carbon footprint, too.
Thanks to a newly developed, automatic active-lean system, the Toyota i-Road will offer a great response and an exhilarating driving experience. You can travel in comfort without getting wind (and bugs) in your face, as the Toyota i-Road sports a closed cabin, shielding you from rain and if tinted, the harmful UV rays of the sun, too. This 3-seater ride will get you to your destination in style, but definitely not in speed as it maxes out at just 45 km/h with a 50km range.
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